Mid-Century Modern: The Permanence of an Immortal Style

Many years have passed since, around the middle of the twentieth century, the world became fascinated with the appearance of various pieces of furniture and fixtures that revolutionized the market and the vision that had been held until then of modern styles and their main characteristics. Some names in the world of architecture and design began to gain worldwide fame due to the revolutionary works of great impact that they were presenting. Many of these figures are currently a reference within this style due to the importance that their works had, such as Charles and Ray Eames with their famous Eames Lounge Chair and other famous pieces, the Castiglioni brothers with their Arco lamp, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Hans Wegner, Isamu Noguchi, among others.

However, although so many years have passed since this trend, which was later known as “Mid-Century Modern”, reached its most significant peak, it’s still one of the decorative styles in greatest demand and preference in the world of decoration. That’s probably because many of these designs were created with special attention to detail, after numerous trial and error tests. Many specialists worked in these designs to deliver really durable and high-end pieces, both for homes and office environments.

Bring the MCM style to your home with one of these sensational pieces!

Eames Lounge Chair
Source: Herman Miller