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Modern Design

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I'll be honest, I don't have much information about this image, let alone its name. All I know is that Czesław Nieszczególny is the artist that created it, and it is looking great. I appreciate the modern look it is giving, hence the name I gave it.

Do you guys know more about this image? Let me know in the comment section below :).

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      • Utkarsh Rajput on

        In an "Elements of visual design" course, we were taught that contemporary design means presenting old things in new form. Here, in this image, we see wooden surfaces and the railings, etc. which have older elements so it looks contemporary.
        On the other hand modern design has completely new elements, including materials.

        WARNING: What I have been taught might be wrong.

        • That's correct. I'm an Architecture student. Modernism was an artistic movement in the end of 19th century and begining of the 20th. It's confuse because of the common meaning of the word, but when you refer to art (painting, architecture etc) the term "modern" means something made back then (some says "modern" can also be used to refer to work inspired by the aesthetics of the movement).

          (Sorry about my english, it's not my first language)

  1. Good work! and yes it´s Contemporary, in architectural design modern refers to a modern architecture and it is better represented by the movement that began with the Bauhaus School leading by Mies van der Rohe

  2. Okay so i went further and did some research. In Architectural Design, modern don't actually mean modern. It refers to a style that was in the "Mid Century Modern". Contemporary on the other hand is actually "Modern", it is ever changing.

    Thanks to all who gave me the heads up, i learned something new and rather confusing today x)!

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