Palm Springs modernism week showcases latest designs

Feb 24 2011

The Palm Springs modernism week is a showcase of progressive architecture and interior design.
The Palm Springs modernism week is a showcase of progressive architecture and interior design.
Palm Springs, California, is well known for its progressive architecture, and the annual celebration of these spectacular buildings is called Modernism Week. The exhibition is an extravaganza of all things relating to modern architecture, interior design and creative use of building materials throughout the picturesque setting, according to The Desert Sun.

"Modernism Week is growing by leaps and bounds beyond just the architecture and it's very exciting," the event's board member, Gary Johns, told the news source.

Modernism is a broad term that encompasses much of the building design and structural features of the early 1940s and well into the 1960s. The week is a celebration of the risk-taking style choices of the period that inform much of our current design aesthetics. Along with a walking tour of Palm Springs architecture, the event will feature guest speakers, dinner parties and up to 20,000 people are expected to attend.

Those looking for a modern touch in their own home for an affordable prices could consider aluminum mini blinds. These window treatments can provide shade and style for any window and are available in numerous finishes to match your décor. 
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