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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Mid-century revisited

Dallas architect Jonathan Delcambre and contractor Brian Gream have teamed up to build this fabulous 3000 square foot home, which is inspired by mid-century design. This energy-efficient beauty will be on the market soon.


Mid-century inspired home designed by Jonathan Delcambre and built by Brian Gream at 3014 Gladiolus

Rendering of the 3014 Gladiolus house


In 2006 Delcambre designed this  2400 square foot Eichler-inspired house, which was not only was priced at an affordable $365,000, but it also was rated in the top 25 green buildings...commercial or residential...in the North Texas area and was ranked in the top 10th percentile of Energy Star certified homes.


Jonathan Delcambre house at 468 Easton


For those of you interested in the learning more about how environmentally friendly Delcambre's designs are, this video gives you detailed specifications about the products used in the "468 House."


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7 comments:

  1. Well that is just fabulous! Running to check my lottery ticket to see if I can buy one of those gorgeous homes!


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    1. Best of both worlds...mid-century style and green living. Who could ask for more?

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  2. I'd live in either house, happily ever after!

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  3. Very nice! How great it would be to a subdivision of these. The Florida Southern College has just built a Frank Lloyd Wright designed house, go to www.buildingtheusonian house.com. it would fit Wright in.

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    1. A small mid-century inspired neighborhood is being built in Dallas by architect Cliff Welch. I'd love to see Delcambre do the same kind of project with his affordable homes.

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    2. Here's a link to a post I did about Welch's project.

      http://blog.mid2mod.com/2013/08/inspired-architecture-ten201.html

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