Mid-Century Modern Freak

Atomic. Futurist. Populuxe. Googie. Modernist. Vintage Pop Culture.
1958-59 Multifunctional Furniture, TV, Record Player and Bar
Designed by Antoine Philippon with Jacqueline Lecoq, this prototype won first place in the contest Formica lors du Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1959. It’s now located at the Museé des Artes Decoratifs in Paris.
Via

1958-59 Multifunctional Furniture, TV, Record Player and Bar

Designed by Antoine Philippon with Jacqueline Lecoq, this prototype won first place in the contest Formica lors du Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1959. It’s now located at the Museé des Artes Decoratifs in Paris.

Via

  1. duplexdavis reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  2. originalbaldy reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  3. loudaustralian reblogged this from underwaterness
  4. johnnythegiantginger reblogged this from wakingupfromthelongestdream
  5. quatrocento reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  6. epo1312sanctuary reblogged this from underwaterness
  7. leeahaynes reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  8. lionessboo58 reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  9. sweeter-than666 reblogged this from pleasantgoose
  10. missmanners62 reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  11. todf reblogged this from underwaterness
  12. underwaterness reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  13. classitech reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  14. pgallagher4 reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  15. wakingupfromthelongestdream reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  16. songzatrouble reblogged this from pleasantgoose
  17. meowmeowfriend reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  18. pleasantgoose reblogged this from broadcastarchive-umd
  19. broadcastarchive-umd reblogged this from midcenturymodernfreak
Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus