Architecture, Flow, and Materials (Podcast)
Season 1 | Episode 02
Beyond the Surface PODCAST SERIES
SEASON ONE | AN AMERICAN ORIGINAL: MID‑CENTURY MODERN
Mid‑century modern is one of only a few historic American design styles to completely embody such a specific moment in time and fascinate a population to such an extent. The ratings don’t lie—we love living vicariously through characters like Don and Betty Draper or Mrs. Maisel while we soak up the sets, the clothes, and all the style of that delicious mid-century vibe. Indulge in this four-part series as we unravel this love affair with mid-century modern design.
ARCHITECTURE, FLOW, AND MATERIALS | S1 EP 02
We begin to unravel what it means to embrace the style as a homeowner before taking a tour of an ongoing restoration of world-renowned architect and HGA founder Curtis Green’s personal residence with its current owners—a true mid-century modern masterpiece.
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