Tag Archives: midcentury modern design

Female textile designers in St. Louis Modern

A wide variety of works from female textile designers such as Dorothy Wright Liebes, Edna Vogel, Maija Isola, Pipsan Saarinen, and more are presented in St. Louis Modern. In the exhibition catalogue, curator Genevieve Cortinovis describes the impact that these women had textile design, experimentation, and exhibition in the mid-20th century. As with murals and… Read More »

Honey, I shrunk the Eames Lounge Chair

Have you ever wanted to decorate your home with midcentury classic designs by Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Florence Knoll Bassett? Unfortunately, we can’t help you there. But we can let you design a perfectly mod living space—albeit a very small one—in the Explore Lab located in our St. Louis Modern exhibition. In… Read More »