MidCentury Issue 07 highlights include:
MidCentury Issue 08 highlights include:
MidCentury Issue 06 highlights include:
Nottingham Nirvana: A Woodland Dream Home from 1970
Under The Influence: Restoring a Starrett Townhouse in Forest Hill
Buyer’s Guide: Prouvé and the French Modernists
Got It Covered: The Timeless Appeal of the Welsh Blanket
Ercol: The Other Windsor Dynasty
Palm Springs: Modernism in the Desert
MidCentury Issue 05 highlights include:
Midlothian Modern: A Danish Coastal House in Victorian Edinburgh
Buyers Guide: Going Dutch
Spotting a Pattern: The Discovery of the Sheila Bownas Archive
Still Cutting It: 100 Years of Stainless Steel in Britain
Sarasota Modern: Sun, Sea and Geometry
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MidCentury Issue 04 highlights include:
The Making of Icons: Julius Shulman and the Case Study House Program 1945-1966
Film producer Will Paice tells us about the Californian Case Study houses, the photographic genius of Julius Shulman and the documentary he’s worked on for the last six years.
Treetop Treat: A temple to Scandinavian Modernism in Surrey
Furniture dealer Tim Bubb shows us around his mid-century townhouse on the Manygate Lane Estate.
The Great British G-Plan Revival
Jo-ann Fortune delves into the archives of this treasured British brand.
Buyer’s Guide: The Stag ‘S’ Range Sideboard by John and Sylvia Reid
Mark Parrish reveals what to look out for when buying this iconic piece of post-war British design.
MidCentury Issue 03 highlights include:
Park Life: The Regeneration of a Brutalist Icon
Architect Cat Martin takes a look at the redevelopment of Sheffield’s Park Hill Estate, originally the largest public housing project in Europe.
History Repeating: The hand-me-down home from 1958
Print-maker Beth Evans showcases the contemporary renovation of her home on the Dulwich Estate.
Small but perfectly formed: maximising a minimal space
Jo-ann Fortune explains how to make a big impact with a few choice mid-century pieces.
Buyer’s Guide: The Sawback Chair by Hans Wegner
Dealer Ben Adams reveals what to look out for.
MidCentury Issue 02 highlights include:
Scheer Delight: A bespoke home from 1968
Cherrill Scheer, granddaughter of the founder of Hille, pioneers of modern furniture manufacture in the ’50s and ’60s, shows us around the mid-century London home that she and husband Ian built in 1968.
Hille: From reproduction to reinvention
We profile one of the manufacturers central to bringing great British designers like Robin Day and Fred Scott to prominence.
Miller’s 20th century specialist, Mark Hill, takes a closer look at the work of George Nakashima and its commercial value at international auction.
Single Storey: An American Ranch Home in Berkshire.
MidCentury Issue 01 highlights include:
All the World is coming to London
Sixty years on, we take a nostalgic look back at the Festival of Britain
The Madmen Effect
We assess the impact of this stylised drama on current trends in home décor
Robin and Lucienne Day at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester
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