Moderne Design from the Eastern Bloq - The Design Alchemist
Moderne Design from the Eastern Bloq - The Design Alchemist
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Moderne Design from the Eastern Bloq

Moderne Design from the Eastern Bloq

Courtesy of Ground One Six at Modern Shows

Peaking as its name suggests as a style from the 1940s-1960s, the mid-century movement was the organic offspring of modernism. It was rooted in notions of functionality, elegance, and simplicity as championed by the likes of the Bauhaus and Le Corbusier, whose dictum – “a house is a machine for living” – filtered naturally, and often controversially, into the ideology of mid-century designers.” ~ Another Magazine

Image from via Mathew Lucas @89a

Bauhaus, Le Corbusier, Eames … to Arne Jacobsen, Mies van der Rohe, and Hans Wegner – some of the icons of mid-century design, and what a legacy they instilled into our world. Structurally complex, yet refined. Clean lines, purposeful and precise, the moderne movement has proven to be timeless. The inveterate here and now.

The Study.

The Study shines a most warranted bright, yet cool light on 5 Eastern European mid-century designers who bring the curvaceous noise. Similar to their Western European and Scandinavian cohorts, these Czech designers rival equally in innovation, form, and function. Take the tour to learn more …

Michelle Witherby
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