At the close of Prohibition, Seagram’s from Canada was well-positioned to export its spirits to the United States. In fact,
In her new book, "Making America Modern: Interior Design in the 1930s," author Marilyn F. Friedman chronicles the saga of how Americans came to embrace modernism and make it their own, especially in cities like New York.
A video look inside a little-known Philip Johnson house in Manhattan: a two-story guesthouse designed for Blanchette Ferry Hooker Rockefeller in Turtle Bay.
Abandoned beachfront resort north of Taipei, Taiwan features rare and fascinating examples of Finnish futurist architecture.
Hollywood’s Cinerama Dome. Modernism isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when we think of Los Angeles. But that
One of LAX airport's iconic buildings is the Modernist LAX Theme Building. If you have a layover, we recommend stopping by Encounters for a meal or drink.
Robert Mallet Stevens was one of the great early 20th century architects, and yet some who walk past the street named after him to visit the Fondation Le Corbusier don't know his name.
The Cinerama Dome, Capitol Records Building and the Neutral VDL Research House
Forgotten Modernism is a wonderful illustrated series about SF's forgotten, yet important architectural legacy
An architectural history of Tel Aviv. We look at its development from sand dunes, to Bauhaus, to skyscrapers.