There is nothing better than good architecture, except perhaps stunning furniture and decor. In particular, we love modern architecture homes for clean lines, oversized windows and industrial metals. Always sleek and forward-thinking, modern architecture is a joy to be hold. Take a look at these 17 modern architecture homes and you’ll agree with us in a heartbeat!
Modern Amagansett Glass House
This modern glass house in Amagansett, New York, built in 2019 and represented by Yorgos Tsibiridis of Compass, could be yours for a cool $350k per month. You get 8,500+ square feet of modern luxury with light-filled social spaces, a large chef’s kitchen, a wine cellar, a sauna, an oversized saltwater gunite pool and so much more.
Lowcountry Contemporary Home
The 4,000 square feet of this modern home, designed by noted architect Jim Thomas of Thomas and Denzinger Architects, is warmed up by the sweeping views of a salt marsh and salt ponds. Modern architecture surrounded by nature makes for an extra alluring feel.
Modern Home That Mixes Textures
The trick to creating an inviting modern architecture home is to juxtapose warm and cool, which is what MV Group did to this estate, Casa Costanera, by combining elements such as exposed concrete and EPAY woods.
San Marco Island Stunner
Next to the pristine waters of Biscayne Bay, you’ll find this 7,100+ square foot contemporary beauty with a heated infinity-edge pool and a rooftop deck equipped with a Jacuzzi.
A Modern Stone Exterior
This modern home is warmed up with a stone exterior and a warm glow of interior lights—a roaring fire pit that is extremely inviting. Don’t even get us started on that oversized balcony, perfect for a cocktail party, or we’ll be talking about this house forever.
Breaking Tradition in Silicon Valley
Mary Maydan of Maydan Architects broke the mold of traditional architecture in Silicon Valley when she designed this home for her family. Just from the back of the home we can see it incorporates the newest trend of indoor/outdoor living, with large windows blurring the line between the two. This home was designed to introduce ultra-modern minimalistic style to the otherwise traditional neighborhood.
Waterfront Paradise in Westhampton Beach
The modern architecture of this home joins perfectly with the view: nearly every room gets a glimpse of water, and the windows were designed just so to accentuate that scene.
Wonderfully Wide Modern Home
The exterior of this modern home combines an unbeatable combo of neutrals—white, black, and natural wood—for a luxuriously long and wide design. Maydan Architects designed the home (a 5,000 square foot, six-bedroom, six-bathroom beauty) with the objective to be able to see the sky from anywhere in the house.
Unforgettable Modern Rental In Bridgehampton
Award-winning architects Bates Masi Architects used only the best of the best high-end building materials for this modern Bridgehampton rental, which was designed to flow from room to room peacefully.
Modern Beauty in British Columbia
This modern home by Su Casa Design is a dream come true with its varying ceiling heights and towers of windows that are just as alluring as the stunning pool you would be able to find in the back.
Stairway to Heaven House
While designing this home with Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio in Turin, Italy, the homeowner’s main concern was creating access between the first-floor living room and the yard. That’s how this incredible stairway was created, crossing over the pool like a bridge and making this an irresistible modern architecture home.
Su Casa Modern Mountain Home
The interior of this modern home by Su Casa Design is just as impressive as the exterior. However, thanks to the massive walls of windows, the connection to the outside is always there, with a spectacular view to pair it with.
A-Frame Goes Modern
Think all A-frames have the typical 70s, Scandinavian vibes? Well, think again. For this Shawneetown, Illinois project, Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio designed it with a sloping shape that allows architecture to integrate with nature.
Modern Meets Traditional
West Village Wonder
Award-winning Leroy Street Studio and renowned Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects meticulously kept this Manhattan mega-mansion—with a total of 18,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor living and entertaining space—true to the character of the West Village, while incorporating modern, state-of-the-art oversized custom steel windows.
Waterfront Home in the Hamptons
Floor-to-ceiling windows in every room emphasize the three large bodies of waters that cocoon the home in privacy and provide panoramic views of Burnett Creek, Meyer’s Pond, and Mecox Bay.
Modern Meets Farmhouse
When modern meets farmhouse meets traditional, you get this beauty from Living Mile High Real Estate Development, whose towering windows, sharp angles and mixed materials stir all of those styles together seamlessly