Joined: 17 Jun 2006
Location: San Francisco
|Posted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:38 pm Post subject:
|Well put. I'm pleased that the school and the Foundation were fully involved with this part of Lindal's venture, and I hope there is a positive response from
The modernist segment of the market has always been small; presumably one of the positives is that the earnest pioneers were and are serious about taking
a different path. They know what they want, they are if anything proud to be members of a more or less exclusive "club," and they can rightly claim logic and
rationality in defense of their aesthetic choice.
And modernism, often in the form of MCM, is as strong an interest, apparently, as it has ever been. Everyone knows who Design Within Reach is, and Dwell
Magazine continues to sell well to the segment. Perhaps the Frank Lloyd Wright niche is the segment's Cadillac or Mercedes, bearer of the crown or golden
orb of American Modern ?