Tuesday, 5 April 2016

case study house

An extensive gallery of familiar, homey images—as opposed to official photographs or appearances in film—of Mid-Century Modern and Modernist architecture is coming online that will make these iconic and inspiring structures available to everyone. Though many of these places have deservedly been afforded landmark status and thankful the protection and preservation efforts that accompany it, many of these marvels, commissioned as private residences of course are not regularly open to the public—if ever. Discover many more scenes of America’s answer to the Bauhaus movement at Hyperallergic and the vast collections of University of Southern California’s school of architecture.