Come May 7, architects and Modern design enthusiasts alike will be flocking to the iconic Gerald Luss house in upstate New York for a unique exhibition of contemporary design.
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From colossal glass towers to Modern waterfront homes, Seattle-based architecture photographer Lara Swimmer has captured her city’s transformation from a sleepy fisherman’s town to an energized metropolis.
Josh Agle, the artist known by most as Shag, tells 360Modern about how his beginnings in the music industry led to a career in mid-century Modern-inspired art. For those unfamiliar […]
Despite its short-lived tenure as a German art school, this design movement has made its way into the contemporary design zeitgeist. By Chamidae Ford Whether you recognize it or not, […]