Perhaps no country is more associated with futurism than Japan—which is why we love that one of Tokyo’s most popular gathering places is that most anachronistic, and endangered, of commercial spaces: the bookstore. In an age where the future of books (the original definition of them, that is: bound pieces of paper printed with words) can seem at times uncertain, there’s something unexpectedly moving about Daikanyama T-Site, a 46,285-square-foot mega-bookstore that encourages patrons to…
This is what we like to refer to as Art Deco Deluxe. Bronze signs of the zodiac encircle a smoked glass face. This is a handsome timepiece from an elegant era gone by. We feel strongly that the 1920-30s definition of futurism makes perfect sense in the present. European in origin, likely French. Just under 10" in diameter.
All the airplanes in that 1925 postcard would definitely require a monumental airport in New York City, and what better location than right smack in midtown Manhattan? This concept for “New York City’s Dream Airport” featured an astonishingly large – and some say ugly – runway platform. But for all of the prime real estate that this monstrosity would have devoured, it seems as if it could only handle a handful of planes .
Alon Livné experiments with a series of sculptural details and a futuristic mood.Some pieces particularly stand out for their elaborate gold structures that emerge like flaming armours giving a sense of depth and complexity. Definitely I would love to own this one! #fashion #futurism #hautecouture #designer #womenswear #geometric
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This side table delivers a fresh and fun look with a mid-century modern feel. Its graceful form harkens back to a mid-century modern profile and adds a definite boost to your living space. Find the Walnut Tulip Side Table, as seen in the Forms of Neo-futurism Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/forms-of-neo-futurism?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=DBI7002-wht