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Mid-Century Madness: Exploring DC's Love Affair with Mid-Century ModernApartment Therapy Design Evenings

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by Kayne Rourke (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Oct 19, 2011

What: D.C. Apartment Therapy Design Evenings Who: "Mid-Century Madness: Exploring DC's Love Affair with Mid-Century Modern," with Suzanne McLees (center), Michael Shapiro (right), Ro




 

 

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What: D.C. Apartment Therapy Design Evenings
Who: "Mid-Century Madness: Exploring DC's Love Affair with Mid-Century Modern," with Suzanne McLees (center), Michael Shapiro (right), Rob Chapman (left)
Where: The Dunes
When: September 27, 2011
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Organizer: Desiré Greene

September's Apartment Therapy Design Evening paid tribute to the wildly popular design period from last century's mid-century, a style that particularly resonates with DC-area residents. The discussion, lead by organizer Desiré Greene, featured an expert panel representing both Mid-Century Modern (MCM) architecture and furnishings: Robert Chapman, purveyor of MCM furniture, Suzanne McLees, former northeast director of Design Within Reach and resident of the modernist community Hollin Hills, and Michael Shapiro, blogger, realtor and MCM architecture expert.



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