mid century modern style

Callao’s Galerías Preciados shopping mall, Madrid, Spain.

(Arch. Antonio Perpiñá, 1964-68)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

Chapel of the Central Military Hospital “Gómez Ulla”, Madrid, Spain.

(Arch. General Juan Cámpora Rodríguez, 1967-75)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

Autopistas Acesa Tower, Barcelona, Spain.

(Arch. Claudio Carmona, 1963-67)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

Galaxia Complex, Madrid, Spain.

(Arch. Antonio Lamela, 1965-69)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

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Coffee table / Mid century coffee table solid wood / Modern coffee table / Side table Scandinavian-style handmade 


Coffee table Coffee or tea entirely in iroko wood , Scandinavian-style with stainless steel inserts , ideal for those seeking an object of Italian design , made ​​entirely by hand in order to become unique and unrepeatable .

They were employed 55 hours of work of a highly skilled worker to create this mobile.
It is delivered in a reinforced and padded wooden box to be 100% sure of protection

measures:
                      Length 95 cm       (37.40 “)
                     Depth 95 cm          (37.40 ”)
                      Height 24 cm          (9.44 “) 


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Adriana en la Slovenský Rozhlas (Radio Eslovaca) Bratislava, Eslovaquia.
(Arq. Štefan Svetko, Štefan Ďurkovič & Barnabáš Kissling, 1967-83)

Mayo, 2016

Fotografía de Carlos Traspaderne. Hasselblad 500 C/M

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1964-1965 New York World’s Fair

“Many of the pavilions were built in a Mid-Century modern style that was heavily influenced by “Googie architecture”. This was a futurist architectural style influenced by car culture, jet aircraft, the Space Age, and the Atomic Age, which were all on display at the fair. Some pavilions were explicitly shaped like the product they were promoting, such as the US Royal tire-shaped Ferris wheel, or even the corporate logo, such as the Johnson Wax pavilion. Other pavilions were more abstract representations, such as the prolate spheroid shaped IBM pavilion, or the General Electric circular dome shaped “Carousel of Progress” (excerpt from Wikipedia)

In order of Appearance:

  1. United Nations Headquarters
  2. Model of Fair at Flushing-Corona Park, Queens NY
  3. General Motors Pavillon
  4. Kodak Pavillon
  5. Republic of China (Taiwan) Pavillon
  6. Travelers Insurance Pavillon
  7. US Steel’s Unisphere (still standing)
  8. Vatican Pavillon
  9. US Royal Tires Pavillon and Wheel
  10. General Electric’s Tower of Light