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Never knew what the architecture style from the 40s-60s we all know and love was called until today. Googie architecture. Worth a read and a lot more pictures.

Never knew what the architecture style from the 40s-60s we all know and love was called until today. Googie architecture. Worth a read and a lot more pictures.

— 11 months ago with 117 notes
#googie architecture  #retro  #vintage  #Architecture  #40s  #50s  #60s 
1945 Early American style trends by National Plan Service

1945 Early American style trends by National Plan Service

(Source: pinterest.com)

— 1 year ago with 22 notes
#1940s  #40s  #vintage  #vintage trends  #Architecture  #ad  #advertisement  #vintage advertisement  #vintage home  #retro 

I am sorry for the lack of posts the last two weeks, I have been on vacation and did not fill up the queue :( So hopefully this amazing 1957 time capsule house from Houston, TX will help you guys forgive me a little easier!

I can’t imagine how awesome this place really is in person.

(Source: retrorenovation.com)

— 1 year ago with 4 notes
#1950s  #50s  #vintage  #retro  #time capsule house  #Architecture  #interior  #interior design 
1940s Governor’s Mansion in Albany, New York

1940s Governor’s Mansion in Albany, New York

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#1940s  #40s  #vintage  #mansion  #vintage mansion  #Architecture  #albany  #new york 
1960s architecture.
Wish I could find some more information on this place. All I know is that it is from the 60s and that it does not appear to be a house.
UPDATE:
Thanks to an anonymous user, I have been told that this is the Berlin Philharmonic. Designed by Hans Scharoun and completed in 1963. You can find more on the Wiki page.

1960s architecture.

Wish I could find some more information on this place. All I know is that it is from the 60s and that it does not appear to be a house.

UPDATE:

Thanks to an anonymous user, I have been told that this is the Berlin Philharmonic. Designed by Hans Scharoun and completed in 1963. You can find more on the Wiki page.

— 2 years ago with 4 notes
#1960s  #60s  #Architecture  #retro  #vintage  #Berlin Philharmonic