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Video: Googie Architecture, Part 1

Googie Architecture, shared with us by Sunny & Mild Media, is part one of a series that encapsulates the futuristic design found prevalent in the post-war sprawl of Los Angeles during the 1950s. Popular among coffee shops, motels and gas stations, the ultramodern style originated from the Sunset Boulevard coffee shop, designed by John Lautner, named Googies.  A Googie building was a symbol that a business was with the times, which in turn brought traffic and attention to its doors. Form followed function, and it’s function was advertisement. For more, read Googie Architecture: Futurism through Modernism.

Googie Architecture: Futurism Through Modernism
Googie Architecture: Futurism Through Modernism
Cite:Karissa Rosenfield. "Video: Googie Architecture, Part 1" 03 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/289586/video-googie-architecture-part-1/>