Having recently moved from their original location in Wicker Park, Modern Times is still in the business of namedropping classics of twentieth-century modern design. Devotees of the shop might travel anywhere for the selection, so its new home on Grand Avenue isn't much of a stretch.
With the recent AT discussion of knock-offs concluding in passionate support of original design and quality, Modern Times is a classic Chicago stop for original pieces and up-and-coming designers.
Some of our favorites: Dana Joy's candelabra from her fab house tour; a pair of Knoll upholsterd lounge chairs, ($2800), and this Harvey Probber sofa, ($3800, above).
In addition to furnishings, Modern Times sells lighting fixtures, specialty objects (like this 1975 wallhanging by Eleanor and Henry Kluck (Elenhank) of Chicago), and select jewelry.
What's your take on Modern Times??