The Cul de Sac A-Go-Go provides a snapshot of a time gone by. The production is a live-action emersion into life in the 60s and 70s. Colors, shapes, and materials evoke a strong emotional response.
We’ve all seen cars, homes, fashion, and décor from the mid-century era at the Modernism Week Fall Preview. Yet, when combined with period music and crowd-pleasing go-go dancers, it’s hard to beat.
Modernism Week runs February 17-27 with more than 350 events and many still have availability. The annual festival highlights midcentury modern architecture, art, interior and landscape design, cars, and vintage culture in the Palm Springs area.
Modernism Week’s 2021 Fall Preview will take place October 14-17 in Palm Springs, CA. The full schedule features more than 40 events exploring Mid-Century Modern design.
Herman Miller and Knoll to combine forces, creating the preeminent leader in modern design, catalyzing the transformation of the home and office, sharing culture and design commitment.
The Axiom Desert House captures the essence and magic found in the homes of Albert Frey, William Krisel, John Lautner, Richard Neutra, Donald Wexler and the other classic architects of an era long gone.
One of the most prominent events at Modernism Week in Palm Springs is the Casual Concours. 150 cars blanket the golf course, highlighting 60s and 70s models, highlighting Avanti and Thunderbird, alongside dazzlings others.
Modernism Week Fall Preview kicks off with events, features tours, educational programs, and parties that celebrate Midcentury Modern Architecture and Design in Palm Springs. 50s and 60s style comes alive in the desert this October.
Fins on cars went the way of the dinosaurs. But, what happened to steel? Could a material associated with cars from a half-century ago still have a place in today’s world? Is high strength steel the answer to all our woes?
Cadillacs from the late 50s and early 60s are celebrated like steel and chrome gods from a bygone era. The CT6 has more in common with those, in terms of design, than the casual observer might think.