Atomic Ranch has toured incredible mid century spaces including a Robert Rummer home in Oregon, a Charles Du Bois condo in Palm Springs, an Aaron Green home custom-built by Joseph Eichler, and even a mid century hotel renovation by Paul R. Williams.
They also take a look at some iconic innovators of the past as well as the makers of today who are carrying on the Modernist tradition into the future.
About the magazine
Atomic Ranch celebrates midcentury houses—from 1940s ranch tracts to 1960s architect-designed modernist homes. With an emphasis on affordable solutions and homeowner renovations, their quarterly magazine shows you how to make your house cool, both inside and out.
Atomic Ranch magazine has a stunning collection of ranch homes and modernist tract homes that you can enjoy looking at, especially if you're interested in architecture. It focuses on home renovations, landscaping the yard, and interior designs that delight the eye. From ways to make your home more stylish to spending on a budget, it has information for any homeowner.
The magazine shows off homes from the postwar era, from 1948 to 1970. It follows homeowners as they update and recreate these beautiful homes into modern marvels. It is geographically diverse and features homes from coast to coast. The contemporary alterations and architectural designs are a delight that will captivate anyone who enjoys DIY projects and home updates. Simple articles and ideas make the magazine easy to understand as well.
It also gives you great ideas on how to update your home on a budget, as well as hints on ways to make imitation looks that are stylish without breaking the bank. The landscaping section discusses new looks that can update your home with one easy afternoon in the yard, so it's perfect for anyone who likes to work in the garden or on hands-on projects.
Atomic Ranch magazine is unique and brings beautiful imagery of homes from the past to its audience. You can explore older looks and see how your home can be updated into a modern piece of art that you'll love for years to come.
Based in Irvine, CA, USA.
Published bi-monthly (Spring, Summer, Renovation Guide, Fall, Winter, Design Issue).