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August 27, 2014
Instantly recognizable and internationally adored, modern Scandinavian design has left an indelible mark on the crafted world. But according to Magnus Englund and Chrystina Schmidt, authors of Scandinavian Modern, that wasn’t always the case. This primer on the design evolution of uppermost Europe traces how major players came to prominence. Material history is cut into seven bite-sized pieces: wood,...
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Shake up Labor Day entertaining with vintage-inspired glasswareFrom rooftops to patios, a cool drink goes hand-in-hand with warm summer days. And while we take into account modern design when it comes to counters and couches, what about cocktails? “If I am going to eat off of something, drink out of something, or sit in something,...
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Neon signs from mid-century America were once a common sight. Unfortunately, these signs are disappearing at a rapid rate as businesses change hands or are bulldozed altogether.  Because of this, there is a growing neon sign preservation movement. More and more people are starting to realize the importance and unique character of of mid-century signage....
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