Organic Modernism

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Architecture employing, for example, asymmetrical blob-like forms and multi-directional curves. Organic Modernism was mostly a feature of fabric-and furniture-design in the 1940s and early 1950s (e.g. table-tops).

Lewis & Darley (1986)

Subjects: Architecture.

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