House & Home Roundup: July 21, 2005
This issue signals a turning point. While H&H is by no means on the cutting edge, the lead article – But What I really Want to Do Is Design – signals not the arrival of stars as designers, but the full and final end of Mid-Century Modern.
Everything is now FAB.
Hello? But I like my McCobb desk and Eames lounger!
Doesn’t matter. It’s “been done to death.” It’s over.
Color and Wow trumps your vintage wooden feel-good furniture.
Ken Druse’s prose will put you to sleep, but this large garden in Raleigh by Willie Pilkington and John Edward Dilley will inspire.
A few good sources here….