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.
This year has been a busy one for the real estate market in Seattle, if not quite as booming as 2018. We took the time to speak with real estate broker Heidi Ward, who specializes in assisting her clients with buying and selling modern and luxury homes throughout Seattle. During our talk, she shed some light on this past season as well as let us in on her thoughts on how the real estate market will be impacted by the upcoming holiday season.
The midcentury modern home Janice and Brian have been renovating for the past few years is finally complete. When they originally purchased the home, they knew it needed a lot of work. But, more importantly, it had the bones of a classic midcentury home. The biggest question? What would they find behind the walls?
On Saturday, October 12, Bryce and his team in collaboration with 360modern, will unveil the next phase of The Pass Life: two modern homes unlike any other available in a mountain community in the state. These aren’t townhomes or lofts, they’re fully detached single family homes with 2-3 bedrooms and 2-3 baths designed with a modern aesthetic that incorporates the stunning natural views surrounding the homes.
A city is defined by its people, but individual architects inspire changes others can’t see. Ralph Anderson was an architect who saw the value in the historic and the potential of the future. Even if you don’t realize it, if you’re familiar with Seattle, you’re familiar with his work.
When it comes to furniture design, Arne Jacobsen is known for simple chairs with effective designs.