Modern Capital Heading to the Mid-Century Modern Mecca

The 1963 Tramway station In Palm Springs by Clark, Frey and Chambers.
(Courtesy of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway)

If you have been reading this site for some time you know I hate the winter and the cold. My wife and I are finally heading to Palm Springs this year to get some sun and to experience the mid-century modern mecca during Modernism Week, which begins Feb. 17. Make sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter for all the modern action. Here are some pieces I have been reading as we plan the trip: an interview with Modernism Week founder Jacques Caussin, a self-guided tour by Palm Springs tour guru Robert Imber and a nice piece on the “quiet elegance” of architect Donald Wexler. I also discovered the funky, mod art of Nat Reed. And maybe I will dream about buying this home by Albert Frey. California or bust.

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February 7th, 2011

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  1. Mark says:

    Have a great time! Please take loads of cool photos.

  2. Thanks Mark. I will.



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