If you are in need of some seriously cool modern outdoor lighting, you should consider this classic mid-century modern outdoor wall lamp from NOVA68. This Mid Century modernist wall sconce is a cult design icon of the mid century American modernism movement. This beautiful modern wall sconce captures the spirit of 1950s modern style and elegance. The Mid-Century Modern 1950s design and architecture movement promised a new way of living as manifested by its cutting edge design and modern architecture innovations as seen in the Case Study House Program which ran between 1945 and 1966. With roots in the innovative modern furniture creations by Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Eero Saarinen and architects that included Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, Craig Ellwood, Pierre Koenig, Oscar Niemeyer. It is across the mid century modern decade of the 1950s that the American cultural landscape change radically, passing from conformity to optimism accompanied by a burst of creation in the fields of design and architecture. This beautiful outdoor wall lamp will compliment your modern home. It's durable and high quality American-made construction and rain shield make it perfect to light up any outdoor space.
Here are some more pictures of this classic cool modern wall sconce installation in Palm Springs California.
This classic mid-century modern wall lamp is a popular choice with Palm Springs residents. Palm Springs is famous as a mecca for the international jet set. But the city has also attracted its share of eccentrics and mavericks who have left an architectural legacy that remains unsurpassed for its originality and international influence. Many modern architects and designers have had an impact on the desert oasis, primarily from the 1940s to the 1960s, when they created one of the most important concentrations of modernist architecture in the world. Palm Springs came into its own architecturally after the war when it became a haven for such modernists as Richard Neutra, who was already practicing the International Style in Los Angeles. Many other distinguished architects have left distinctive marks in the desert: Albert Frey, John Lautner, E. Stewart Williams, William Cody, John Porter Clark, and Craig Ellwood. Palm Springs Modern features examples of mid-century modernism at its most glamorous, some of them the residences of prominent figures who commissioned weekend getaways in the desert including Frank Sinatra, Walter Annenberg, and Raymond Loewy. Adèle Cygelman's insightful text, a foreword by architectural historian Joseph Rosa, contemporary color photography by David Glomb, and the celebrated archival black-and-white work of Julius Shulman all capture the distinctly modern allure of America's famed desert playground. We especially like the Richard Neutra Kaufmann Desert House in Palm Springs: