10 Great Lessons from Mid-Century Modern Architecture
Mid-century modern architecture embodies a few great principles that green homes can borrow. Beyond aesthetics, some key principles that shaped the way that people used their home—things like keeping the overall design and aesthetic simple, integrating the outdoors with the indoors, and a focus on practicality and purpose over decorative or ornate fixtures—are all things that most green homes today can learn from.
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Arq. Clorindo Testa - Banco de Londres en Buenos Aires, Argentina - Año 1966