A Mid-Century Eichler is Reborn

We are very excited to announce our project on Carmelo and Thirteenth is complete...and on the market!

Joseph Eichler was a renowned architect in the 50s and 60s who was known for his clean, open, mid-century modern designs. But even an architect whose work was ahead of it's time could use an update in the 21st century. That was the challenge; keep the design esthetics of Eichler but update the look, feel and function of the 60s designed home.

Click on the video above to take a look!

“We wanted to use clean, simple lines and natural elements such as wood and to add a warmth and softness to the space,” said Lewis, who calls the design “organic contemporary.” “We honored Eichler’s design by keeping many of the main esthetics in place." - John Lewis

“We wanted to use clean, simple lines and natural elements such as wood and to add a warmth and softness to the space,” said Lewis, who calls the design “organic contemporary.” “We honored Eichler’s design by keeping many of the main esthetics in place." - John Lewis

John and the team added a hallway, along with a slight bump out to the back that made three bedrooms out of two. Kitchen, living, dinning, and foyer were all opened up with windows and skylights to bring the outdoors in.

John and the team added a hallway, along with a slight bump out to the back that made three bedrooms out of two. Kitchen, living, dinning, and foyer were all opened up with windows and skylights to bring the outdoors in.

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