Mid-century lovers are in for some good news, as the new edition of MidCentury magazine issue 09 hits the shelves this week.
The British bi-annual magazine celebrates, as the name suggests, all things mid-century. This issue promises more of the features that have helped it establish such a loyal following. There are inspiring homes – in this case a 1963 chalet style in south London, and concrete creation in Belgium, which is home to an amazing collection of Charles and Ray Eames originals – and buyer's guides to mid-century Dutch lighting and the work of Robert Welch (as pictured on the cover).
Paula Day, daughter of Robin Day, discusses some of her memories of her father's most famous designs, there's a behind the scenes glimpse of the Eames exhibition, as well as a profile of Eleanor Pritchard's textiles, and much more all lovingly designed and produced.
You can pick up a copy of the magazine for £11.
Order one from the MidCentury magazine site.