In giving a new lease of life to a dilapidated Artek stool, mid century chair geek Rachel Keeley finds out about Artek’s 2nd Cycle project.
Archives for February 2014
Mid-century Ads – Advertising from the Mad Men Era could be the definitive title for anyone who loves 1950s and ’60s American graphic design and advertisements.
With a catalogue of Modern classics and a tradition of supporting young designers, we jumped at the chance to meet Hille Furniture icon, Cherrill Scheer.
The mid century pattern designs of artist Sheila Bownas, recently discovered in a drawer in her Yorkshire Dales studio, are given a new lease of life.
100 Interiors Around The World does what it says on the cover. But what sets this two-volume tome apart is its global perspective.
MidCentury catches up with the founder of modernist architecture website The House of Tomorrow to find out more about the properties he’s reviewed for it.
How can you get hold of a vintage Borge Mogensen sofa by within your budget? We’ve recruited an expert to help with your purchase.
Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976 charts the involvement of leading fine artists with the design of industrially produced fabrics from the 1940s onwards.
Mid century architecture author Andrew Weaving tells us how he came to buy two Florida properties in the Sarasota Modern style.
How do you get the best vintage example of the Stag S Range sideboard within your budget? We’ve recruited an expert to help with your purchase.
If Channel 4’s Grand Designs programmes get your architectural juices flowing then the architect-designed homes in Architecture Now! could be for you.