A Case Study in Midcentury Modern Architecture

Open up any architecture magazine these days and it becomes quickly apparent that the Midcentury Modern movement has returned with a vengeance.

With its flat planes, large glass windows and open spaces, Midcentury Modern reflects the ideals of a handful of mid-20th century architects who believed that a forward-looking style could help bring about social advancement. Names like Richard Neutra, William Krisel, both of whom were trained by the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright, come to mind.

215 Williams Drive

215 Williams Drive exterior

One excellent example of Midcentury Modern can be found at 215 Williams Drive, on the north side of Indianapolis. Situated on a cul-de-sac lot in prestigious Williams Creek, this beautiful home exudes oneness with nature, with lofty trees and minimal disruption to the original landscape.

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