A rather unique style, Googie architecture comes from the 1950s and 1960s. The style offers a look at the “futuristic” design with influences of Atomic Age, Space Age, car culture, and jets.
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The low-slow house Rudolf Schindler created known as the Schindler House has often been referred to as the first modernist house in the world.
One of the most luxurious, most unique of the famous Alexander homes found in Palm Springs, the Elvis Honeymoon Hideaway looks as though it was built for a king. Originally, […]
Guest Blog by the Modern Architecture + Design Society All photos courtesy of Jamie Leasure The style that found expression in the iconic American designs of Charles and Ray Eames grew up in […]