Here are our top 10 picks to binge during the Modernism Week Online Experience from dozens of tours, talks, films, and more beginning Feb. 1.
Lift a View-Master, and you see the world including present classic works by midcentury modern architects available at Destination PSP.
Modernism Week 2021 organizers have learned how to overcome all kinds of challenges, and the pandemic has meant learning the virtual world.
This restored Palm Springs home designed by Charles Du Bois is among several midcentury gems for sale as part of Modern on the Market during Modernism Week.
From classic books to monkey lamps, here is a cross-section of souvenirs you have to take away from Modernism Week 2018 in Palm Springs.
The Modernism Week opening-night party has firmly established itself as an off-the-hook, lavish affair, setting the tone for the 11-day festival celebrating everything midcentury.
We look at midcentury birds, and how is it that they came to signify tasteful ornamentation with midcentury modern design enthusiasts.
Tickets are on sale online for Modernism Week’s Fall Preview, scheduled for Oct. 19-22, by visiting modernismweek.com. The Fall Preview has expanded into a four-day long “mini-Modernism Week” and will feature more than 40 events, including tours, talks, and parties in unique locations not regularly open to the public. It also includes the popular Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale
Attendance at February’s Modernism Week increased by 25 percent over a year ago with an estimated 97,000 attendees, according to event officials. Celebrating midcentury modern design, architecture, art, and culture in Palm Springs, the 11-day festival generated an estimated $35.5 million in revenue for area hotels, shops, restaurants, and other local businesses from Palm Springs to Indian Wells and beyond. In addition, $1.3 million of the
O’Donnell will speak about his ethos Feb. 26 in relation to his latest project, “O2 House,” which will make its public debut during Modernism Week starting Feb. 16. Located at the Desert Palisades Project in Chino Canyon, O’Donnell’s creation embodies how modern, sustainable homes located in challenging hillside conditions can create lasting mirco-ecologues, habitats, and sustainable water and energy balances.
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