How can you not fall in love with the tiniest Guggenheim? 🗽NYC's most iconic art museum was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and was completed in 1959 after his death. Let his legend live on in your own little way.
Haven’t you always wanted your own little cabin in the woods? This little gem was inspired by the search for mine, during a sisterly bonding weekend in Silver Lake, Michigan. 🌅 The Preway fireplace and sunset view details really make this one the tops!
The work of Bauhaus master Mies van der Rohe shapes much of the architectural presence here in Chicago, paving the way for the midcentury modernists. ◼️◼️⬛️ It's no wonder the Barcelona chair is found in many midcentury modern buildings here, too.
Ray Eames: genius, goddess, and half of one of the most famous midcentury design powerhouses. It's tough being part of a designer duo. It's like, whose work is whose, anyway? ⚫️➰⚫️ This signature pattern was inspired by one of Ray's most popular textile designs, and it's one of my favorites, too.
This icon lived and breathed mid-century architecture and design. I was honored to witness this stunning home studio of Charles and Ray Eames during a visit to LA. If you can’t make it to Case Study House No. 8 yourself, why not daydream about it with this pin? ◻️◻️⬛️◻️