Here are three homes that are not classic mid century modern. They were built in the late 60s / early 70s which saw the rise of bigger homes than those of 50s due to second wave of post-war boom. Whiles the 50s had the optimism of (at the time) space age materials in mass market homes, the late 60s and 70s saw a return to natural finish everywhere. In some ways this mirrored what leading architects, such as John Lautner and A. Quincy Jones, were doing out west 15-20 years prior. By the time, the 70s rolled around, Lautner was on to his concrete phase while developers where incorporating these features (see Northwest Hills, Lost Creek, or the later phases of Barton Hills).
Anyhow, all that is a ramble to justify linking to these homes that I find more interesting than much of the new style “modern” (example) right now.
For Sale: Wild Basin – William Tamminga
For Sale: Crooked Lane