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A ‘Lost’ John Lautner House Is Found and Restored - The New York Times
Three years ago, Trina Turk, a fashion and housewares designer who channels the sunny optimism of California, logged onto the real estate website Curbed.com and felt her blood pressure spike. On that day, the site ran an item about a house designed by the late midcentury architect John Lautner that had mysteriously slipped off the radar for 65 years.
nytimes  johnlautner  architecture  losangeles  echopark  midcentury  houses 
june 2017 by brendanmcfadden
The TWA Terminal at JFK Airport Is Being Turned Into a Hotel - The Atlantic
The TWA terminal at JFK airport was an icon of mid-century cool. Now it’s being reincarnated as a hotel.
design  architecture  jfkairport  twaterminal  midcentury  theatlantic 
may 2017 by brendanmcfadden
California Dreaming: The Homes Where the Spirit of the 60s Lives ON
Nobody ever thought of leaving here unless they were carried out’: why many of the original residents of these elegant Marin County homes still live there
archtiecture  california  homes  theguardian  marincounty  josepheichler  midcentury 
february 2016 by brendanmcfadden
Touring the Soriano-Designed Lukens House, Miraculously Back From the Near-Dead
When we first saw the Lukens House back in July 2010, it was, judging by photos, pretty well trashed, and had been abated as a nuisance and taken over by the city. Today it's been beautifully and sensitively restored and is making a very pleasant home for its new owner, real estate agent Mike Chapman (he moved in in November last year).
curbedla  architecture  design  losangeles  midcentury  renovation  lukenshouse 
november 2015 by brendanmcfadden
MidCentury Architecture
Celebrating the creative period of modern architecture between the end of WW2 and Neil Armstrong's giant leap for mankind…
blog  architecture  house  midcentury  modern 
april 2015 by brendanmcfadden

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