Dallas Modern Homes For Sale
Here You Will Find Architect Designed Dallas Modern Homes For Sale
You’re looking for a modern home because you love and understand modern architecture. Here you will find Dallas modern homes for sale offered by Dallas Realtor Douglas Newby, and you will also be able to search for all the modern homes that have been listed for sale and entered into MLS. Douglas Newby is also intimately aware of all the great modern homes in Dallas and those that might be a possibility to purchase. Call Douglas Newby to see if he should represent you as you discover and purchase your modern home.
Off Market Dallas Modern Homes For Sale
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This Frank Welch modern home is a five-star favorite for five reasons. First, it is designed by Frank Welch, Dallas’ favorite architect. Second, this architecturally significant Frank Welch modern home is placed on one of my favorite sites, one that is rugged and graceful, and located in the middle of a small forested neighborhood, Turtle Creek Park. Third,...
26 Vanguard Way, Dallas, Texas Glass Walls Provide Multiple Views of Pond Joshua Nimmo Designed Modern Home in Urban Reserve Joshua Nimmo designed an architecturally significant modern home that furthers the evolution of good design. This home also clarifies and amplifies the vision of Urban Reserve, an enclave of modern homes in an ecologically and...
Dallas has one of the best collections of modern homes in the country.– Douglas Newby
Dallas is Home to the Best Modern Architecture in the United States
The modern homes for sale in Dallas reflect some of the best modern architecture in the country. Dallas is home to the work of the greatest modern architects of the last century and today. Architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, François Lévy, David Williams, Edward Durell Stone, Harwell Hamilton Harris, Michael Linehan, Arch B. Swank, Scott Lyons, Philip Johnson, and Bud Oglesby have all contributed to the modern architectural landscape of Dallas and influenced the architecture around the world. Dallas modern homes are built in many different modern styles from classical modern to mid-century modern, Texas modern to “green” modern and some eclectic homes transformed into a more modern style. Here you will discover modern homes for sale throughout Preston Hollow, Turtle Creek, Bluffview, Greenway Parks, Lakewood, White Rock Lake, Glen Abbey, North Dallas, East Dallas, Highland Park, and University Park.
Many of the modern homes for sale in MLS or homes that are for sale and not in MLS have been designed by award-winning modern architects. These talented architects might design classically modern homes, Texas modern homes, white boxes, contemporary homes reflecting a midcentury vibe, or a modern home that has been predominantly influenced by its site and environment.
Architecturally Significant Dallas Modern Homes
Dallas has a tremendous collection of modern homes. Architecturally significant homes provide the foundation and examples of good modern architecture as it advances in modern design. Architecturally significant modern homes have been designed in Dallas by the finest modern architects in the city, the region and in the country.
In Dallas you will see modern architecture from the early work of architects David Williams and O’Neil Ford in the 1930s, to the midcentury modern architecture of architects Howard Meyer, Bud Oglesby and Max Sandfield in the mid-century to the late Bill Booziotis and James Pratt, to current AIA fellows like modern architects Max Levy, Gary Cunningham, Lionel Morrison, Dan Shipley, and Ron Wommack, to younger architects making a modern architectural impression in Dallas and across the country such as architects Braxton Werner, Paul Field, Joshua Nimmo, and Jason and Signe Smith, and national modern architects like Scott Specht.
On DallasModernHomesForSale.com you will be able to find the architecturally significant homes for sale by these celebrated architects in Dallas.
Douglas Newby is the Best Resource for Off-Market Dallas Modern Homes
Many of the great homes purchased in Dallas are the off-market modern homes. Sometimes an owner of an architecturally significant off-market modern home in Dallas is just toying with the idea of selling their modern home. Other homeowners in Dallas who have an exclusive Dallas modern home are only wanting to offer it as an off-market modern home for sale as they do not want a parade of people eager to see their home that are not a good match for their modern home. When we specialize in the finest homes it is as important to curate those with whom we work as it is the modern homes we offer for sale. This Off-market Modern Homes in Dallas page helps match intelligent buyers with smart modern homes.
MLS Dallas Modern
Identifying in MLS Dallas modern homes is an important foundation to finding and ultimately selecting a Dallas modern home for sale. Here you will be able to search for Dallas modern homes offered for sale in MLS. The MLS Dallas Modern Homes search curates just the Dallas modern homes for sale, but does not make you slog through the traditional homes in MLS just to find a Dallas modern home in your price range.
For Sale Dallas Modern Homes
We have always curated the featured for sale modern homes that we offer. Whether it is a $20,000,000 Dallas modern home or an architect-designed modern home under $1,000,000, we will feature for sale modern homes in Dallas with the architectural and aesthetic quality that will make you happy living in the home.
Architecturally Significant Dallas Modern Homes for Sale
Dallas modern homes for sale that are architecturally significant are as rare as architecturally significant historic homes. DallasModernHomesForSale.com is a place where you will be able to identify and find Dallas modern homes in MLS that are offered for sale. Here you will also be able to find fabulous Dallas modern homes for sale that are not in MLS. In addition, you will be able to discover Dallas modern homes that will be offered for sale in the future.
Marc McCollom, Modern Architect
A self described “quiet modernist”, architect Marc McCollum’s style is refreshing and free designed to nurture and not overwhelm. He’s trained with two of the greats, Frank Welch and Max Levy. The modern homes he’s designed can be seen throughout Dallas including the award winning “House of Three Rooms.” Read architect Marc McCollom’s thoughts on his work
Oglesby·Greene, Modern Architectural Firm
Dallas AIA 2010 Firm of the Year, Oglesby·Greene, has influenced and trained many of the best modern architects in Dallas. Oglesby started as a firm in 1950 and became incorporated in 1968. In 1995, it merged with the office of modernist architect Graham Greene, and continues to design award winning modern homes. Read about one of Oglesby·Greene’s most stunning homes
Bentley Tibbs, Contemporary Architect
Bently Tibbs, a graduate of Texas A&M, studied under modern architect Frank Welch. Tibbs is a modern architect who’s known for designing and renovating modern residential and commercial buildings utilizing simple materials and natural light. Read more about architect Bentley Tibbs
Bill Booziotis, Modern Architect
Architect Bill Booziotis is a civic leader who has designed museums, churches, university buildings, modern homes, and historic homes. His clean and elegant designs can be seen in many modern homes in Dallas as well as many of Dallas’ prominent high-rises like the Mansion Residences and The Claridge. See images of the Hoffman Gallery designed by Bill Booziotis
François Lévy, Modern Architect
François Lévy graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a master’s degree in architectural engineering. His work with modern homes reflects his academic interests and passion for technology and design. Levy is a modern architect known for his contemporary homes that incorporate modern design, sustainability and an open floor plan. More on François Lévy
Signe & Jason Smith, Modern Architects
A husband and wife architectural team and graduates of the University of Texas, the Smiths created their own modern architectural firm after working with many other extraordinary firms in Dallas. Their clean, refined aesthetic blends seamlessly with the needs of their clients and their modern homes. See a gallery of Homes From the AIA Dallas Chapter’s 2013 Modern Home Tour featuring homes designed by Signe & Jason Smith
Michael Linehan, Modern Architect
Dallas born and raised architect Michael Linehan graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in architecture. Linehan brings to Dallas unique ideas and perspectives from the East Coast, where most of his work can be found. More on Michael Linehan
Frank Welch, Modern and Texas Modern Architect
Designing homes, schools, sacred spaces and commercial buildings, Frank Welch propelled Texas modern architecture in a profound way. Frank Welch, FAIA, continued defining Texas Modern architecture as the starting point for modern architecture in Dallas and as a current modern architecture in Dallas. Watch architect Frank Welch receiving the Lamplighter School Spirit Award
Gary Cunningham, Modern Architect
Modern architect Gary Cunningham, a graduate of the University of Texas, worked for the St. Louis firm Helmut-Obata-Kassebaum. His style tends to be exuberant and explosive, creating open and exciting modern homes and buildings.
Read about the first home architect Gary Cunningham designed
Lionel Morrison, Modern Architect
Modern architect Lionel Morrison can be credited with introducing the first modern single-family attached home in Dallas. Morrison and architect Mark Dilworth, AIA, left larger architectural firms to create their own, smaller firm, Morrison Dilworth + Walls.
See a gallery of homes designed by Lionel Morrison
Mark Domiteaux, Contemporary Architect
Architect Mark Domiteaux has designed modern homes throughout Dallas in neighborhoods like White Rock Lake and in Far North Dallas. His work includes the renovation of the oldest home in University Park.
Read about the 2013 AIA Tour of Modern Homes featuring homes designed by Mark Domiteaux
James Langford, Contemporary Architect
Architect James Langford, a graduate of Texas Tech, has worked on a number of important projects including the Meyerson Symphony Center and the all Saints Chapel at the Episcopal School of Dallas. He’s also designed many of the finest modern homes in Dallas.
See architect James Langford’s portfolio