On the jewelry designs of modernist master Betty Cooke.
Eero Saarinen in Four Chairs
Between 1929 and 1931, starting when he was just nineteen, Saarinen designed some thirty-five pieces of furniture for Kingswood
Come in for a landing at the TWA hotel
The iconic TWA Flight Center is back in business after a renovation that makes it the centerpiece of a new hotel and hospitality complex.
Saarinen Womb Chair
Fig. 1. Womb chair and ottoman designed by Eero Saarinen (1910–1961) and first manufactured by Knoll Associates, New York, 1946, 1948. Tubular steel, fiberglass, with wool upholstery and foam cushion; height (of chair) 35 ½, width 40, depth 34 inches. Photograph by courtesy of Knoll. Fig. 2. Sunday Morning by Norman Rockwell (1894–1978) as the cover of the Saturday Evening …
The fate of the landmark Miller House
in Columbus, Indiana, hangs in the balance