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Video: Arkansas Mid Century Modern Architecture Short

This snapshot of a new documentary about mid-century modern architecture in Arkansas illuminates classic post-war designs. Simple, clean lines were often the elements that delineated the aesthetics of these buildings. While many lay in disrepair, they still exude an aura of a time when optimism was reflected in the country’s desire to build a new future. Some of the architectural icons that are featured include the University of Arkansas’s Fine Arts Center by state native Edward Durell Stone, the Tower Building in Little Rock, the Fulbright Library in Fayetteville, and the abandoned Hotel Mountainaire. Check out the short clip of what will air in November on AETN. Also, see the highlights of the current affairs and award winning architecture that is taking place within the state of Arkansas here.

Cite:Tim Winstanley. "Video: Arkansas Mid Century Modern Architecture Short" 01 Oct 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/173101/video-arkansas-mid-century-modern-architecture-short/>