Literally Living in the Past

Hyperallergic reported on a project that allows those in the market for a new abode to license architect, Richard Neutra’s, mid-century modern house designs:

http://hyperallergic.com/69749/cookie-cutter-modernism-license-your-own-neutra-house/

Like fashion, commerce and art are coming together in this project. By licensing vintage architectural plans, the past and its physical artifacts can be preserved. Fashion and architecture both are areas of study that can appeal to many disciplines, and can be used as a window onto the way culture has evolved. By bringing an architect’s work out of the museum and into the real world, the resulting human interaction is invaluable.

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