Architecture Coast to Coast
Architecture Coast to Coast was developed with you, an architecture aficionado in mind. Architects, Interior Designers, homeowners and enthusiasts are invited to nominate the homes you designed or admire so they can be enjoyed coast to coast.
Here you will find architecturally significant homes, award-winning architecture, historic homes, and exceptional estate properties built and preserved throughout the United States and the world.
Douglas Newby, advised by a council of architectural historians, architects, artists, and patrons of the arts selects architecturally significant homes and architecturally significant properties that might be Modern, Historic, Mid Century Modern, or Eclectic, and might be found in Urban, Coastal, Pastoral, or rugged sites, but all help define the best of the aesthetic environment in which we live.
Enjoy viewing these architecturally significant homes and award-winning properties found in Architecture Coast to Coast.
Featured Hinsdale Architecture
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Examples of Modern Homes Featured Under Coast to Coast Cities
Boston Contemporary, Andover Modern Home
This Boston contemporary home, designed by architect Marcel Breuer is one of the finest examples of Bauhaus style architecture.
Cape Cod Modern Home
Sensitive to the scale and conversant to the regional architecture, this modern home has the advantage of walls of glazed openings providing spectacular 180 degree views of the bay, marshes, and inlets of Pinquickset Cove and the adjacent Crocker Neck containing 97 acres of protected conservation land.
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