A Quincy Jones: Midcentury Modern Master

A Quincy Jones: Midcentury Modern Master

Credited with over 5,000 builds, including whole communities in the modernist style, “A Quincy Jones” is a name you’ve surely heard. Iconic to the California modernist movement, even to this day his homes are coveted among the stars.    The L.A. based architect...
Midcentury Modern: A Bygone Era for the Modern Age

Midcentury Modern: A Bygone Era for the Modern Age

“Cataclysmic world events such as wars uproot and destroy, but they can also create opportunities sometimes.” (The Spruce)   Inseparable from the socio-political state of a rapidly changing world, mid-century modernism has stood the test of time not only because...
Architect Feature: Day Hilborn

Architect Feature: Day Hilborn

Day Hilborn had a vibrant and eclectic life. He was heavily influenced by music and performance theatre. In the 1930’s he was known most for his movie theatre designs. It was said that he was known by everyone in town and he had a great influence on the design of...
ARTIST FEATURE: C. Jere

ARTIST FEATURE: C. Jere

The nom de plume of creative duo Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, C. Jere was born from a vision to produce “gallery-quality art for the masses”. Founded in 1963, Freiler, a German immigrant manufacturer,  acted as production chief and Fels, a New York-based artist, was...
International Style Architecture, or Bauhaus

International Style Architecture, or Bauhaus

International Style. Bauhaus. “The Architecture of the Machine Age”. The birthplace of midcentury modernism. An architectural style born of the social, political and philosophical trappings of and age, and rapidly transformed the face of civilization and it’s cities,...

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