Recently really interested in this 'missing link' aesthetic between the more strictly 'ultramodern' interiors of the 1960s-early 1970s, and the indulgent, retro-referential 'Deco-Luxe' Art Deco revival interior style. I've been calling it 'Geo-Glam' (Geometric-Glamorous) pic.twitter.com/HOJP8Q3dzI
Cooling Interiors Will be the Architectural Challenge of the Future https://www.archdaily.com/949585/cooling-interiors-will-be-the-architectural-challenge-of-the-future?taid=61429a9eea02a30001b0f89e&utm_campaign=trueAnthem%3A+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter …pic.twitter.com/ilGmE5XYrf
(2) Over 40 years, David decorated his own terraced home in the style of the grand interiors he worked on every day. His house became a pattern book of the work of late 19th century masters, including William Morris, perfectly crafted and painted with care.
A family home for over 120 years, the David Parr House is an ordinary Cambridge terrace, hand-painted with extraordinary Arts & Crafts interiors by Victorian artworkman, David Parr. Carefully preserved by his granddaughter Elsie, the house is a unique survival.