Mid-century modern style was introduced to the design world after two world wars shook the global economy. Designers went from ornate, luxurious Victorian and Art Deco designs pre-war to a practical, innovative and economical style post-war — known as mid-century modern. Sleek lines, white walls, colorful upholstery and warm wood tones started filling homes, hotels and design galleries.Some of the most well-known and influential designers of the day such as Charles and Ray Eames, Marcel…
As janelas basculantes ocupam toda a lateral de 4 m de largura na sala de estar com lareira de concreto pré-fabricada. O assoalho de peroba-mica possui sistema de aquecimento instalado embaixo. Criado pelo arquiteto e designer Sergio Rodrigues
1950s interior design and decorating style - 7 major trends
1950s decorating style trends from retro-renovation. Heywood-Wakefield and Kroehler Streamline Moderne. These items, with their bulky, rounded edges, are carryovers from the pre-war era. In a way, this is not really 1950s style — it’s 1940s style. But, when World War II was on, making furniture ground pretty much to a halt. After the war, manufacturers pulled out their designs from before the war & started producing them to meet demand. It took a while for new designs to be introduced.