Mid-Century Modern Freak

Atomic. Futurist. Populuxe. Googie. Modernist. Vintage Pop Culture.




Living room, Cecil J. Birtcher residence (Birtcher-Share House), Los Angeles, 1945. Architect: Harwell Hamilton Harris; furniture designer: Kem Weber. The Cecil Birtcher residence in Los Angeles is one of architect Harwell Hamilton Harris’s best- known works. In this 1945 photograph, Mr. and Mrs. Birtcher are seen lounging on built-in furniture that serves to separate the main public area of the home into living room, library, and dining room.


Maynard L. Parker, Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California
Source: neh.gov/divisions/preservation

Living room, Cecil J. Birtcher residence (Birtcher-Share House), Los Angeles, 1945. Architect: Harwell Hamilton Harris; furniture designer: Kem Weber. The Cecil Birtcher residence in Los Angeles is one of architect Harwell Hamilton Harris’s best- known works. In this 1945 photograph, Mr. and Mrs. Birtcher are seen lounging on built-in furniture that serves to separate the main public area of the home into living room, library, and dining room.

Maynard L. Parker, Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California

Source: neh.gov/divisions/preservation

  1. thedaylightworldofbrian reblogged this from midcenturymodernfreak
  2. phonautograph reblogged this from midcenturymodernfreak
  3. filoatlas reblogged this from bbook
  4. yorknewlana reblogged this from bbook
  5. bbook reblogged this from midcenturymodernfreak
  6. midcenturymodernfreak posted this
Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus