The fact that it is 2016 should be setting in by now and you’ve probably got your new years resolutions in order. Your list might look pretty similar to last year’s with goals for getting into that particular pair of jeans, climbing up the career ladder, or eating more green things and less neon-colored things.
January 24, 2016
September 19, 2014
Tustin tiller days is an annual three day festival hosted in Tustin, Orange county California. The fun festival focuses on the agricultural heritage of Orange county while creating an opening for local non-profit organizations to promote their cause and raise funds for schools…
July 26, 2014
So many of the great architects and developers responsible for changing the face of California in the mid-1900’s are no longer with us. Joseph Eichler died in 1974, followed by Cliff May in 1989. William Krisel, at 89, remains with us, and continues to be active as a speaker and forensic architect, providing expert testimony in cases involving other architects.
July 17, 2014
There were many architects that contributed to the MCM design movement. Key architects include Cliff May, Joseph Eichler, George and William Keck, E. Stewart Williams, Donald Wexler and more.
July 3, 2014
Not in L.A. or maybe just not into paying the cover charge to attend last week’s Dwell on Design conference? We feel you. But in the spirit of journalism, and design (and free press passes), we went anyway. What we found: prefab of the now (and prefab of the future), mid-century modern re-imagined and an answer as to where Workshop in Palm Springs scored their amazing patio chairs. Read on for all the details.
May 7, 2014
When Thom Vernon and his wife were making plans for their dream beach house, they wanted every detail to be true to Mid-Century Modern design, down to the refrigerator
February 28, 2014
Palm Springs’ Modernism Week 2014 came to a close on February 23rd, but the last party wasn’t limited to only celebrating architecture, as designer Trina Turk offered the final lecture before the closing soiree in a manner that perfectly married style and estates.
January 30, 2014
Often overlooked, the kitchen provides ample opportunity to showcase the distinctive style of the Southern California style. From the large pieces to the smallest details, Mid- Century Modern kitchen décor is unlike any other.