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vostok1:

MARCEL BREUER, IBM La Gaude, Building 1, 1962.
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vostok1:

MARCEL BREUER, IBM La Gaude, Building 1, 1962.

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klbkultur:

"A model relaxes in a living room of the future that displays steel plastics by the American sculptor Harry Bertoia in Frankfurt, West Germany, April 26, 1963. (AP Photo/Kurt Strumpf)”/via Offbeat Inventions (The Denver Post)

50 years and 6 months later, this post is coming to you from Frankfurt. Harry was not only popular in the States. His works were iconic and transcended borders.
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official-harry-bertoia:

klbkultur:

"A model relaxes in a living room of the future that displays steel plastics by the American sculptor Harry Bertoia in Frankfurt, West Germany, April 26, 1963. (AP Photo/Kurt Strumpf)”

/via Offbeat Inventions (The Denver Post)

50 years and 6 months later, this post is coming to you from Frankfurt. Harry was not only popular in the States. His works were iconic and transcended borders.

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b22-design:

Home of Pierre Soulages
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b22-design:

Home of Pierre Soulages

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roomonfiredesign:

Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris.

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The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.

Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson

Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)

Photos by Henry Kalen, 1964.

Harry Bertoia’s Diamond chairs can be seen in the second photo on the second level. 

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The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.

Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson

Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)

Photos by Henry Kalen, 1964.

Lounge seating was designed by Bill Katavolos, Ross Little and Mike Kelly for Laverne.  The huge mural on the west side is Eli Bornstein’s Structurist Relief in 15 Parts

The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.
Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson
Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)
Photo from the Winnipeg Tribune archives.
This beautiful mosaic mural in the east side is John Graham’s Northern Lights.
Jul 27, 2014 / 23 notes

The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.

Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson

Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)

Photo from the Winnipeg Tribune archives.

This beautiful mosaic mural in the east side is John Graham’s Northern Lights.

Jul 27, 2014 / 21 notes

The Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.

Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson

Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)

Photos from the Winnipeg Tribune archives.

Lounge seating was designed by Bill Katavolos, Ross Little and Mike Kelly for Laverne.  Diamond Chairs by Harry Bertoia surround elliptical tables by Charles and Ray Eames.  The huge mural on the west side is Eli Bornstein’s Structurist Relief in 15 Parts (the largest piece Bornstein ever created if I’m not mistaken).  The beautiful mosaic mural in the east side is John Graham’s Northern Lights.

The VIP Lounge of the Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.
Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson
Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)
Photo by Henry Kalen, 1964.
The sling chairs and marble tables were designed by Bill Katavolos, Ross Little and Mike Kelly for Laverne.  The sofa and table lamp are by George Nelson Associates for Herman Miller and Howard Miller respectively.  The credenza is Florence Knoll.  The radio is by Dieter Rams for Braun.
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The VIP Lounge of the Winnipeg International Airport.  Opened in 1964 and demolished in 2012, this magnificent International Style building is a lost gem of Canadian Modernist architecture.

Architects: Bernard Brown and David Thordarson

Firm: GBR (Green, Blankstein and Russell)

Photo by Henry Kalen, 1964.

The sling chairs and marble tables were designed by Bill Katavolos, Ross Little and Mike Kelly for Laverne.  The sofa and table lamp are by George Nelson Associates for Herman Miller and Howard Miller respectively.  The credenza is Florence Knoll.  The radio is by Dieter Rams for Braun.

scandinaviancollectors:

Poul Kjærholm, PK-1 chair, 1956. Satin brushed steel and flag halyard.
Jul 26, 2014 / 77 notes

scandinaviancollectors:

Poul Kjærholm, PK-1 chair, 1956. Satin brushed steel and flag halyard.