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New Mid-Century Modern Dressers

I need a place to put my knickers so you might as well help me find one. ... With most furniture, that’s my first option, but I like my drawers to glide smooth and those from the ’50s and ’60s are rarely on rails.

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New Dieter Rams Interviews with Gestalten and Design Museum

Once known only to the closest followers of product design history, Dieter Rams is now becoming a mainstream hero of modernism. His work was included last year in an exhibition...

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Moody Mid-Century, Modern

For our last holiday photography of 2008 I had to post these dramatic interior shots by Michael Pfleghaar. The subject matter is definitely mid-century (Eames plastic armchairs, bullet planter, vintage roll curtain) but taken with an iPhone, the images truly emphasize the “modern” half of our Flickr group ’s name.

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Newgate Bubble Clock

The Bubble clock gets half its retro look from the colors and shape, the other half from the classic ’60s modern typeface: Eurostile.

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Deupree Residence, New York

“ Deupree Residence, New York ”, recently submitted to our photo group by Superbaka

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John Curran's New York Loft

“ Sad to leave our baby... ”, recently submitted to our photo group by John Curran

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Cover Boys of Mid-Century Modern Design

From left to right: George Nelson , Edward Wormley , Eero Saarinen , Harry Bertoia , Charles Eames , and Jens Risom . ... In DWR’s latest issue of Design Notes (a newsletter which I highly recommend) Jens Risom writes about the photo shoot and his regret that he didn’t get to know the other men that day as well as he would have liked.

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Jared Rusten Waxes Poetic About Wood

San Francisco woodworker Jared Rusten is best known for his epic California series, large slabs of beautifully finished walnut, cut into the shape of his home state — a shape that happens to work quite well for a coffee table, and especially a desk.

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For Sale: Cameron’s House from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

We saw this news over a year ago, but HUH reports that the iconic house from “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is still for sale. The 4 bedroom, 5,300 sq. ft....

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“Mad Men” Furniture: Don Draper’s Office

AMC’s “Mad Men” debuted with perfect timing, at a moment when America’s fascination with mid-century style was at a fever pitch. In celebration of the Season Four Premiere, we look at the show’s immaculate production design.

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Risom Reborn: Rocket and Benchmark Reissue Nine Jens Risom Designs from 1950s and ’60s

This week, London’s Rocket Gallery is launching a collection of nine pieces from the mid-century master Jens Risom. We talked to Jonathan Stephenson of Rocket and Risom himself about their collaboration.

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Refurnished, Remodeled, Rebuilt

Welcome to the new Mid-Century Modernist. Before you even enter the doors, it’s clear things have changed around here. We’ve widened the site and enlarged the images. But what’s truly new is the addition at the back of the house. The Gallery is a curated showroom of the most interesting items from the mid-century modern era.

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