Modernism: New era propelled furniture design


Modernism is the stuff of the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair “Century of Progress,” the boundless optimism of post-World War II America, the sleek comic lines and manic music of Tex Avery’s MGM 1949 “House of Tomorrow” cartoons, and the ever-present acres of the suburban ranch house that subsequently spread endlessly across the nation. Read More +

From the Editor: Inhabiting history

About a year before we were married, my wife Lauren and I bought a little house in New York State in the Hudson Valley. The tiny hamlet of Lafayetteville, to be exact. A saltbox Greek revival, it was charming as all get-out and, more than likely, one of the two or three oldest houses in the area
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