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The 1960s was a period of rediscovery in interior design – an opportune reawakening to the merits of forgotten favourites that were abandoned, perhaps not because they had become cliches. Interior Designers returned to past design, materials and ideas not because they evoked nostalgia but solely because they are good and contribute something of value to the way they lived at the timeRead More →

In the 1930s, when modern Swedish design was becoming more well-known in Europe and the United States, this term became popular. However, it peaked in the 1950s. It combined many of Modernism’s characteristics with natural materials like wood and Scandinavian respect for craftsmanship.Read More →

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If there was ever an instance where a Happy Path was needed, the year 2020 is that instance though thereโ€™s a real case to be made that all the data and information was there to at least make the path happier, shorter and without shutting down an economy, but the decision maker decided that there were other things to Tweet about..and this analogy is starting to go off the rails a bit.Read More →