Tuesday, 2 October 2012
Nothing Trumps a View
In design, the word is that nothing should compete with a great view. There are great houses from the Mid-Century era that do not appeal to the masses because of their austere furnishings. Most people prefer a little comfortable clutter, reminders of their everyday lifestyles and items from their past. The ultra-modern home was designed for the view; therefore, the furnishings took a back seat in design and in some cases, comfort. Sofas and chairs had minimalist in their features including upholstery to avoid detracting from the spectacular views many of the modern homes afforded.