Those drawn to the Bauhaus design and mid-century modern homes quickly become stark-raving fans of Eichler Homes. Between 1949 and 1966, Joseph Eichler built over 11,000 homes in California, known as Eichlers, and became one of the nation’s most influential builders of modern homes.
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Eichler homes are from a branch of Modernist architecture that has come to be known as “California Modern,” and and typically feature glass walls, post and beam construction, and open floorplans in a style indebted to Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe. One of Eichler’s signature concepts was to “Bring the Outside In,” achieved via floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking out on protected and private outdoor rooms. The Eichler trademark interior is beautiful Lauan mahogany panel walls, with an open modern floor plan.