We, as a culture, have been graced with modern architecture and interior design for almost as long as we have been graced with the automobile. Google "toy cars" and you get MODERN toy cars like these:
Why do the large toy manufacturers assume that most children like modern toy cars, but not modern dollhouses? What message is being conveyed?
To me modernism in architecture and interior design represents hope in today and the future. No limits!
Ok, thanks for listening, you have been very polite. You deserve a give away, which I will announce on Sunday; it will be open to followers of this blog, and there will be five gifts for five people.
Please enjoy this small sample of images of modern architecture and interior design from the past 92 years. It is by no means complete.
1960 to today
1940s (most photos below are of displays at the Fantasy House furniture store that once existed in Los Angeles)
(above is a building designed by Raymond McGrath)
(The Architectural Review award winner for 1930)
(Interior of Schroder House).
Wishing you only good things, Neen