Open up any architecture magazine these days and it becomes quickly apparent that the Midcentury Modern movement has returned with a vengeance.
A Case Study in Midcentury Modern Architecture: 215 Williams Drive
With its flat planes, large glass windows and open spaces, Midcentury Modern reflects the ideals of a handful of mid-20th
century architects who believed that a forward-looking style could help
bring about social advancement. Names like Richard Neutra, William
Krisel, both of whom were trained by the legendary Frank Lloyd Wright,
come to mind. [original article]