Asheville | Modern Homes

For the purpose of this board we chose to showcase new modern homes built from 1980 and upward. Please enjoy! For more stories on modern homes in Asheville go to ModernAsheville.com. Need help buying one? Go to ModernAshevilleNC.com. Cheers!
Bridge House by Platt Architecture

Surrounded by forest, the Knob Creek Residence designed by Platt Architecture is located in Cashiers, North Carolina

13-acre site in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains- By Rob Carlton

2013 Marvin Challenge winner: Highland View Residence in Mill Spring, North Carolina by Carlton Architecture & Designbuild

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Nation’s First Hemp House Makes A Healthy Statement Push House – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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Marcel Breuer – Weizenblatt House

This modern home was designed by international architect Marcel Breuer and is located in the Lakeview Park neighborhood of Asheville. The home was designed for and still owned by the Weizenblatt family.

In 1940 he visited in May, June and September to discuss the plans and also to supervise the construction of a house he had designed for an Austrian-born opthamologist, Dr. Sprinza Weizenblatt, who had moved to Asheville after World War One (it is assumed that she made Breuer’s acquaintance when he was visiting Black Mountain). In July 1941, Breuer was invited to lecture at the North Carolina Chapter of the AIA in Asheville, and he visited the college while there.

In 1940 he visited in May, June and September to discuss the plans and also to supervise the construction of a house he had designed for an Austrian-born opthamologist, Dr. Sprinza Weizenblatt, who had moved to Asheville after World War One (it is assumed that she made Breuer’s acquaintance when he was visiting Black Mountain). In July 1941, Breuer was invited to lecture at the North Carolina Chapter of the AIA in Asheville, and he visited the college while there.

Monolithic Modern--Asheville, North Carolina

Monolithic Modern--Asheville, North Carolina Monolithic Modern--Asheville, North Carolina High up in the Blue Ridge Mountains sits a house called "Cloud Hidden." The monolithic dome home has more than square feet of living space and is built to withstand

Located in Montford, this International Style home was completed in 1948. Home constructed of concrete block and cantilevers.

This frequently asked about home is in the Kenilworth neighborhood and was originally designed by Ronald Greene.

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Jeff and Elisha Zander’s home on Cardinal Lake in the small Lake Toxaway community

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Brandon Pass Architect - Modern Vernacular Residence in Asheville

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