Designed by architect Richard Barancik, the 1953 home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a stunning patio.
The striking three-bedroom home was designed by notable architect Dennis Blair, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
An extensive gut rehab brings this midcentury modern condo into the 21st century.
The residence was designed by Chicago architect Arnold Schaffner in 1965.
Built in 1954, the five-bedroom North Shore home stands of a wooded lot.
Built in 1960, the Glencoe home is surrounded by woodsy landscaping.
Will a buyer opt to live in the 65-year-old home or tear it down for something new?
An appealing mix of midcentury modern vibes, contemporary conveniences, and a great location.
The cozy Gold Coast home offers an enticing mix of new and old features.
The home’s architect owner wanted to keep the midcentury modern unit as original-looking as possible.
The 342-unit Draper development includes a tiki lounge for residents.
Built in 1972 by Dennis Blair, the suburban home some impressive indoor landscaping.
The midcentury modern unit features custom furniture crafted by its design-savvy owners.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence has many trademarks of the architect’s Wright-influenced style.
The views aren’t too bad either.
The midcentury modern home was an early contemporary work by architect Charles Page.
The suburban Chicago home was designed as the personal residence of architect Harry "Deever" Rockwell.
The Lake Forest home is a rare design by late architect George Scott Hodgkins.
The Museum of Science and Industry exhibit marks the 50th anniversary of humankind’s first trip around the moon.
The unique midcentury modern residence was built by noted architect brothers William and George Fred Keck in 1962.
The low-slung brick and glass structure blends with its landscaped surroundings.
Perched atop a wooded ravine, the suburban property was completed by notable architect Dennis Blair in 1964.
The suburban time capsule is full of midcentury and 1970s design touches.
Late architect Dennis Blair regarded the suburban Chicago home as his greatest residential work.
Designed by a Mies van der Rohe disciple Harry "Deever" Rockwell, the minimalist home is surprisingly practical.
This striking single-owner home in Park Ridge, Illinois, was created by renowned modernist architect Don Erickson.
The suburban home has been owned by the same family for 50 years.
Located in Flossmoor, Illinois, the 1958 home features a wall of windows to enjoy its wooded surroundings.
The two-day "Dream House" event will take place in a unique 1962 home in suburban Highland Park.
The unusual North Shore home is straight out of the ‘70s.
The house was not just modern in its aesthetic
This cozy but extensively updated condo unit features restored bright blue old-school steel cabinets.
After a major price reduction, the house went under contract. But it has returned to the market once again.
This early ‘60s home is a paneled wood and exposed brick lover’s dream house.
The well-preserved 1959 home comes from architect Leroy Binkley.