What’s It About?   16 comments

Celebrating the creative period of modern architecture between the end of WW2 and Neil Armstrong’s giant leap for mankind…

Posted August 9, 2007 by mcarch

16 responses to “What’s It About?

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  1. :)

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  2. keep it coming! Love it

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  3. Thanks! Keep checking back!

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  4. Love the site. Thought you may be interested in http://www.christchurchmodern.co.nz/

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  5. you should add http://www.arapahoeacres.org to your list of mid century mod places.
    Great neighborhood in Colorado.

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  6. mattarnold – Thanks! I’ll be adding the site to my links. Are you in New Zealand?

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  7. kiki – Have I been lax! You’re right, I do need to add it. I’ve had Arapahoe in my personal bookmarks forever. Don’t know how I forgot it. Thanks for the reminder.

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  8. I love your blog and featured it on my blog’s sidebar. Can’t wait to read more of your posts.

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  9. Hi, some of my colleagues mentioned your site so I decided to check it out. Pretty nice I must admit! So that is why I want to touch base with you.

    About what I do, I work for Avalon Communities, which handles apartment rentals around the country from suburban towns like Pleasanton, California to big cities such as Baltimore, Maryland. Since your site is a good fit for what we do, let me know if you would like to work something out.

    I have a team of writers available that can write articles, web pages, blogs, etc… Or if I can do anything else to help you, please feel free to let me know.

    Sincerely,

    Richard Hubbard
    Richard_hubbard@avalonbay.com

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  10. Hello,

    I’d appreciate if you can give me some feedback on our site: http://www.regencyshop.com and our item hanging Eames Lounge Chair.

    I realize that you are home decor-modern design connoisseur :) I’d like to hear your opinion/feedback on our products. Also, it’d be swell if you can place our link on your

    blog.

    Thank you,

    Sean

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  11. Hi there,

    Unfortunately I couldn’t find your e-mail address anywhere, so that is why I contact you this way.

    I am glad to tell you that we have listed you (for free) on RetroStart (Resources – Blogs). At our site you will find many vintage design webshops and links to relevant sites about original design from the 50ies-80ies.

    Please let us know what you think about our directory RetroStart and the placement of your blog. We suppose that RetroStart might be interesting for your readers interested in 20th century modern design. On our site (menu below: “press”) you will find some more information, logo’s, photomaterial and the press release about adding blogs to RetroStart.

    For any questions or for letting us know what you think about RetroStart, please just email us.

    Kind regards,

    Margriet van der Wiel
    PR RetroStart

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  12. Hi,

    if you like the design of Ray and Charles Eames, George Nelson, Arne Vodder, Hans Wegner and a host of other mid-century designers, I recommend Deconet (www.deconet.com), which is an online marketplace for vintage modern design furniture and decorative arts for sale worldwide.

    Deconet also provides information, images and reference prices of thousands of Modern Design objects, designers and makers in a database named Decopedia (www.deconet.com/decopedia)

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  13. thank you for this site. does anyone know of any mcm groups in richmond, va?

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  14. Nice site! Well done. Great photos too.

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  15. really enjoyed looking through your site. i am more familiar with the west coast stuff but its great to see more of the new canaan houses.
    you should check out our website for our upcoming film Coast Modern.

    http://www.coastmodernfilm.com

    cheers
    mike

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  16. What is the name of the MCM Homeplans book you scanned on your Flickr site? The book where the ‘Design P 2400′ plan came from…

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