During its peak in the 1950s, the midcentury modern movement swept through the United States, fundamentally changing the landscape of the design world forever. With an emphasis on simplicity, functionality, and integration with the natural world, this iconic style brought modernization into the homes of everyday, average Americans. However, by the late ‘60s, the clean lines and simple designs of midcentury modern had fallen out of vogue, replaced by more whimsical, futuristic forms. And yet, here we are in 2018, in the midst of a great resurgence in midcentury modern’s popularity that shows no signs of stopping. What brought it back, and why do we love it so much?
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