Homes that masterfully blend traditional and contemporary architecture and design are having a moment. This hybrid approach is distinguished by a balancing act of classic and modern features, from warm woods alongside sliding glass doors to post and beam ceilings in open floor plans. The effect is the just-right mix to satisfy homeowners with traditional preferences and modern sensibilities. Clean lines, attention to proportion and white walls often serve as unifying elements to bring the entire look together. Step inside 5 luxury homes that embody hybrid architecture and design, making these spaces as warm and welcoming as they are cool and contemporary.


The light-filled, open floor plan within this Mid-century Modern home offers contemporary indoor-outdoor living. The spacious kitchen and great room feature warm wood finishes, a cozy fireplace, and exposed beam ceilings that embrace true traditional architecture. 

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From the Zen-like facade made up of natural tones and local stone, this serene estate effortlessly mixes modern architecture with classic design references. The open floor plan living room embodies tradition with a classic balcony overlooking the space, and stone and wood finishes in inviting shades of beige and brown.

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This home brings minimalism and modern architecture to a level of pristine perfection. Though made up of 50 percent glass, the home boasts cozy spaces like this cozy, carpeted den with accent walls finished in weathered wood that seamlessly integrates with the modern design. 

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An array of stunning natural materials define this home, built in complete harmony with its desert surroundings. The architectural drama of soaring ceilings and wood-paneled walls offer stately traditionalism, while floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek tile floors ground the contemporary feeling.

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For this custom tri-level home, the space feels intimate and cozy without sacrificing the sight lines of the modern open floor plan. Lowered ceiling and warm wood finishes, like an accent glass wall, lend to the sense of traditionalism. 

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