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Living in a Modern Way: When California Designed the Future

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Los Angeles-based web magazine Zócalo Public Square  ran a piece by writer and Los Angeles Times contributing editor D. J. Waldie called “Living in a Modern Way: When California Designed the Future” that tracks the rise of the modern design movement from the pamphlets WWII GIs were given in the — Continue reading …




 

 

Los Angeles-based web magazine Zócalo Public Square  ran a piece by writer and Los Angeles Times contributing editor D. J. Waldie called “Living in a Modern Way: When California Designed the Future” that tracks the rise of the modern design movement from the pamphlets WWII GIs were given in the field extolling the benefits of modern living to the spreads of Southern California homes that dominated the pages of House Beautiful. Super awesome mod photos here.

Monette
Zócalo Public Square Staff

This post comes courtesy of Monette from Zócalo Public Square Staff using our “make a guest post” page. Got a great lead, product find or idea? Share yours and it could make it on the 2Modern blog!


 

 

 
 
 

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