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Porcelain-enameled steel, created by chemically bonding a mixture of mineral and glass to the metal at very high temperatures, gained popularity in the 1920s as an easily maintained and virtually...
09. "Lusterlite Porcelain Enamels." Chicago Vitreous Enamel Product Company; Cicero, IL; c.1930s.
The Temcor company—which fabricated such extant geodesic domes as the Pioneer Auditorium in Reno, Nevada (1968)—was co-founded by Donald Richter, a student of renowned designer R. Buckminster Fuller...
05. Temcor Geodesic Dome. Temcor; Torrance, CA; 1971.
Founded in 1946 by Enrico Cappellini north of Milan, Italy, Cappellini is a well-known manufacturer of contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories. The Pylon Dining Table, perhaps reminiscent of...
07. "Collezione." Cappellini; Milan, Italy; 1996.
Though Frank Lloyd Wright may have exemplified the spirit of Wendingen through his embodiment of its founding ideals, he was far from the only inspiration for the Amsterdam School. Many...
03. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 8 no. 12, 1927, New Ceramics.
Like many other early-20th century artistic movements, the Amsterdam School was greatly influenced by Asian cultures. The very binding of the magazine demonstrates this influence, as they are all in...
04. <em>Wendingen</em> vol. 7 no. 8, 1926, Frank Lloyd Wright, Special Issue 6.
One-piece, built-in range and oven featuring innovations such as a remote control panel and removable oven door.
06. "Mark 27." General Electric; Schenectady, NY; c.1960.
The technical advances necessary to allow for the development of the skyscraper were many, including skeleton construction, fireproofing for columns and beams, and improvements in foundations. But...
10. "Dumb Waiters and Elevators." The Storm Manufacturing Company; Newark, NJ; 1903.
Stucco, a popular type of plaster wall finish, has been used throughout the world in various forms for thousands of years. Prior to the 1800s, stucco generally consisted of slaked lime, water, sand...
04. "Reproduction of a stucco textural..." The Atlas Portland Cement Company; New York, NY; 1926.
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