Collection by Allie Weiss

Modern Eichler Renovations


Scattered throughout California, these homes of midcentury master Joseph Eichler received sensitive renovations that further enhance his vision of indoor-outdoor balance.

Here, the relationship between indoors and outdoors is on full display.
Built by Joseph Eichler, the home was designed by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons.
All the floors were redone in a light ash hardwood. The crisp interior paint is Benjamin Moore Super White.
Wade and Hanh Bannister spent over five years renovating their 1961 Joseph Eichler house to add modern amenities while...
The combination of high ceilings and a cathedral-style design add character to the kitchen area.
The kitchen remodel included creating more space and installing a single-plane island that served as the perfect spot...
A Nelson Saucer Pendant Lamp by George Nelson hangs over the dining table with Eames Molded Plastic armchairs to...
Glass walls divide up the spaces throughout the home.
An all-white design brightens up the bathroom, making it feel serene and comfortable for the family.
The living area’s glass walls open up to the outdoors, blurring the line between interior and exterior spaces.
A wall of windows provides a smooth transition between indoor and outdoor spaces in this renovated home.
The 1,570 square-foot home's entryway features a slatted fence that diffuses light and adds privacy to Eichler's...
The home's sloping roofline guides the eye towards the outdoor living area.
An ipe fence and a neon-yellow resin screen fashioned from recycled acrylic panels draw visitors toward the entrance to...
Usha and Mike Kreaden had a virtually blank slate when it came to the garden outside the 1958 Joseph Eichler house that...
The kitchen in the couple's home retains its original cabinetry.
As grand as it ever was this renovated Eichler home in San Rafael, California, exudes warm light into the California...
The living spaces of house, built in 1972 or 1973, were originally divided into three—a kitchen, living and dining...
In the outdoor living area, orange Primary Pouf stools by Quinze & Milan and an ipe bench surround the central fire pit.
In an effort to create a more open floor plan, a portion of the wall between the kitchen, family area, and dining room...
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