Rethink your definition of modern architecture during MA Design is Human Atlanta

The annual tour shows off residences ranging from tiny Serenbe cottages to a 6,000-square-foot home set on five acres of forest
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The Palmetto Library in south Fulton County.

Photograph by Houser Walker Architects.

When Modern Atlanta launched its home tour in 2007, it gave metro residents a chance to consider a design aesthetic outside of Craftsmans and Cape Cods. Since then the city has embraced contemporary architecture like never before. “People are surprised by how comfortable and livable the homes are once you see them from the inside,” says MA cofounder Elayne DeLeo. This year peek into residences ranging from 500-square-foot cottages in Serenbe to a 6,000-square-foot home set on five acres of forest. In addition to the architecture tour (June 11 and 12) and educational talks, MA will host the International Design Expo (open to the public on June 10), where you can check out some of the latest home products on the market.

Check it out: The 10th annual MA Design Is Human Atlanta event (May 31 through June 12) lets you inside some of the metro area’s coolest modern spaces.

This article originally appeared in our June 2016 issue under the headline “Modern Love.”