Mid-century modern

Discover +58 pieces of our favorite mid-century furniture, lighting & design masterpieces by famous architects. More than modern - this design movement is said to be a reflection of the positive outlooks of the times during which it flourished. Setting one of the more optimistic tones of the 20th century; mid-century modern design flourished between the late 1930s to the mid 1960s throughout Europe and the United States. Reaching mass-apeal during the mid-1950s, this style is easily identified in architecture, interior design, furniture and ligthing design, posters, and illustrations. Extensive use of concrete, steel & glass and open floor plan designs propelled the style to fame such as those by Austrian-American architect Richard Neutra with his Kaufmann Desert House (1946) and the American designers Charles and Ray Eames with their La Chaise Chair (1948).


Max Bill Ulm Stool
Max Bill Ulm Stool
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