Modern Hill selects items that excel in quality, style, and creativity from a period that transformed the art of decorating. They undergo careful examination and restoration by specialists at our Chicago facility.
Postmodern furniture design is a style that emerged in the 1970s and 1980s as a reaction against the strict modernist design principles that had dominated the previous decades. Postmodern furniture design embraces a playful, eclectic, and often humorous approach, incorporating elements of popular culture, historical styles, and a rejection of minimalism.
Postmodern furniture designers often incorporate bright colors, bold patterns, and unconventional materials. They may also play with scale and form, using exaggerated shapes or unexpected combinations of materials.
Some notable examples of postmodern furniture designers include Vladimir Kagan, Philippe Starck, Ettore Sottsass, and Michael Graves. Postmodern furniture design has significantly impacted contemporary design, influencing everything from fashion to architecture to product design.
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