by Joana Silva
2017 is ending and DINING TABLES AND CHAIRS thinks that is the moment to select the top 10 mid-century remodelings to inspire you for the next year.
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Mulholland Drive, USA, by Andrea Lenardin Madden
Architect Andrea Lenardin Madden was tasked with improving and increasing a neglected, landmarked residence built by midcentury-modern architect Rodney Walker in Los Angeles’ elite Bel Air neighborhood.
Tatami mats, sand-colored limestone walls and wooden soaking tubs are among the Japanese-style decorations in this Oceanside hotel in Malibu, formerly a 1950s motel.
Skyview, USA, by Murray Legge Architecture
The pitched roof of this 1940s bungalow was lifted to make a flat plain with opened wooden structural support, matching the frames of the new clerestory windows, which gives in plenty of daylight.
This 1960s house in San Francisco is recognized as an Eichler, as it forms one of the thousands developed by Joseph Eichler – the post-war real estate developer recognized for bringing modernist housing subdivisions to America.
Hotel Valley Ho, USA, by Anissa Mendil
Terrazzo flooring and exposed concrete are offset by glossy yellow kitchen cabinets, colorful furniture and patterned rugs in the suites at Hotel Valley Ho – an iconic mid-century hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
With its low-lying design, large expanses of glazing and open-plan interiors, this house in New York’s Hudson Valley seems as if it were created in the middle of the 20th century.
Located in Toronto, this mid-century modern residence was increased and restored for a family of five.
US design firm AvroKO mixed aesthetics from the 1950s, 60s and 70s when styling this mid-century motor lodge in California’s Napa Valley, giving each place a distinct feel.
Rather than mirroring the form of the existing low-lying Austin ranch house, this offset stack of white volumes at the back gives quite the contrast.
The 49-room Anvil Hotel in Wyoming occupies a series of constructions created in the 1950s as a motel.
Now an intimate, boutique retreat, it features a wood-burning stove and an Italian restaurant with wood-paneled and dark green walls.
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