Eileen Gray Satellite Hanging Light, 1925

Eileen Gray Satellite Hanging Light, 1925

Schroder House - Rietveld - 1924

Schroder House - Rietveld - 1924

Tableau I (SOHO Black) Mondrian Geometric Prints from Piet Mondrian Piet Mondrian’s (1872- 1944) deceptively simple style utilized minimal black lines and balanced blocks of color. His style was dubbed “Neoplasticism,” as it was based on the pure colors and straight lines underlying the visible world. ToMo is proud to offer some of this great artist's famous works with museum quality prints.

Tableau I (SOHO Black) Mondrian Geometric Prints from Piet Mondrian Piet Mondrian’s (1872- 1944) deceptively simple style utilized minimal black lines and balanced blocks of color. His style was dubbed “Neoplasticism,” as it was based on the pure colors and straight lines underlying the visible world. ToMo is proud to offer some of this great artist's famous works with museum quality prints.

Maison de Verre (House of Glass) was built from 1928 to 1932 in Paris, France, and was a collaboration between Pierre Chareau (a furniture and interiors designer), Bernard Bijvoet (a Dutch architect working in Paris), and Louis Dalbet (craftsman metalworker).

Maison de Verre (House of Glass) was built from 1928 to 1932 in Paris, France, and was a collaboration between Pierre Chareau (a furniture and interiors designer), Bernard Bijvoet (a Dutch architect working in Paris), and Louis Dalbet (craftsman metalworker).

Like the best of Mozart's music, if you changed anything on this piece, it would be diminished.  It's hard to believe this lovely and useful little jewel of a side-table was designed in 1927.

Like the best of Mozart's music, if you changed anything on this piece, it would be diminished. It's hard to believe this lovely and useful little jewel of a side-table was designed in 1927.

50-8b. Grand Confort, 1928; France; Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand. International Style.

50-8b. Grand Confort, 1928; France; Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret, and Charlotte Perriand. International Style.

Paris World Exhibition 1925 – A Swedish breakthrough  Sweden’s international breakthrough in design and architecture came with its participation at the Paris World Exhibition in 1925. Sweden gained a worldwide reputation in design and architecture, and the most important and acclaimed furniture in the Swedish pavilion was an exclusive set of furniture for the reception hall, including the gilded cabinet and small armchairs designed by Carl Hörvik.

Paris World Exhibition 1925 – A Swedish breakthrough Sweden’s international breakthrough in design and architecture came with its participation at the Paris World Exhibition in 1925. Sweden gained a worldwide reputation in design and architecture, and the most important and acclaimed furniture in the Swedish pavilion was an exclusive set of furniture for the reception hall, including the gilded cabinet and small armchairs designed by Carl Hörvik.

walter gropius / bauhaus / modernism / international style / minimalism

walter gropius / bauhaus / modernism / international style / minimalism

Le Corbusier by Willy Rizzo. Photos © Willy Rizzo. It's hard to imagine Le Corbusier - the bespectacled legend of 20th century Modernism, known for his

Rare images of Le Corbusier by Willy Rizzo, in color

Le Corbusier by Willy Rizzo. Photos © Willy Rizzo. It's hard to imagine Le Corbusier - the bespectacled legend of 20th century Modernism, known for his

Bauhaus Style - "The Ship House", built on a hill in Tel Aviv during 1934-1935 and is one of the famous among ~4,000 international styled houses in Tel-Aviv. Rests on a 3-streets triangle, which dictates its shape.

בית האוניה – רח' לבנדה 56 תל אביב

Bauhaus Style - "The Ship House", built on a hill in Tel Aviv during 1934-1935 and is one of the famous among ~4,000 international styled houses in Tel-Aviv. Rests on a 3-streets triangle, which dictates its shape.

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