Want to know more about mid-century design?
Here are our links to interesting websites and articles related to the world of mid-century design.
Online resource for post-war furniture and 21st design
Studley Park in Kew contains one of the most highly concentrated and best preserved collection of architect designed post-war houses in Melbourne (VIC)
The Palm Springs Preservation Foundation educate and promote public awareness of historical resources and architecture of the city of Palm Springs (USA)
Off the Map Chicago architecture tours takes you to Chicago Architecture sites in personal, private, and unique day tours (USA)
The 1951 Mies van der Rohe designed Farnsworth House is an icon of 20th century modernist architecture, situated in Plano, Illinois (USA)
The Philip Johnson Glass House estate is a 47 acre site containing 14 structures including the architect’s personal residence – the Glass House. A National Trust Historic Site located in New Canaan, Connecticut (USA)
Design Onscreen is a non-profit film foundation that funds films about post-WWII architects and designers (USA)
The Robin Boyd Foundation continues the work and spirit of architect Robin Boyd through an active, innovative and ongoing series of public learning programs developed to increase awareness, understanding and participation in design (VIC)
Fine vintage and mid-century design from around the world, original examples of designer furniture, lighting and objects (VIC)
Atomic Martini specialises in fine vintage and retro clothes and accessories in Brisbane (QLD)
Traces Films Modernist Documentary Project: Researching Australian domestic modernism, the architects , their houses and clients. A work in process for what will likely become a three part documentary series on this subject (VIC)
Take a leisurely walk through Brisbane's city centre observing our history through sites of architecture, culture and ancient aboriginal sites and history
Atomic houses for atomic people. Real estate and mid century culture in Portland Oregon (USA)