Unpacking the mid-century-mod trend; HBO documentary looks at growing up in gentrifying Chelsea

Posted On Wed, October 5, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, October 5, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Why mid-century-modern is the “the pumpkin spice latte of interior design.” [Fast Co. Design]
  • Take a tour of Meg Ryan’s Soho loft. [Arch Digest]
  • Here’s a candle that will make your house smell like a new Mac. [Motherboard]
  • This ornate drawing illustrates the tallest buildings in the world in 1884 (none of which are in NYC). [Architizer]
  • “Class Divide” is a new HBO documentary that follows two groups of young people “from the so-called opposite sides of the tracks” in gentrifying Chelsea. [CityLab]
  • What’s with those tiny doors on the New York Public Library’s Bryant Park facade? [Untapped]

Photo via Erin Kestenbaum for 6sqft (L)



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