Back in the '50s, designers were trying to imagine the future — using the materials and building techniques of that day.
What I love most about the mid-century modern style is that it looks futuristic. I imagine that back in the ’50s, designers were trying to imagine the future — and using the materials and building techniques at the time, they pushed the limits of what a “home” could be. Now that we’re in the “future,” the remodels of these mid-century marvels speaks to nostalgia. I really wish I had grown up in the space age.
Remodel design by Risa Boyer Architecture