architecture of the '60s


The 1960s is considered one of the most daring design decades of the 20th century. Fourteen full-color 3D images on two View-Master® reels provide a compelling sampler of the aesthetic and structural innovation that typifies this era. Features work by R. Buckminster Fuller, Arne Jacobsen, Le Corbusier, Pier Luigi Nervi, Moshe Safdie, Josep Lluis Sert and others, including examples from Montreal's Expo '67.

House, Fondation Maeght, St-Paul-de-Vence (1964, Josep Lluis Sert) l’lArc, Joan Miro

US Pavilion, interior (R. Buckminster Fuller, Cambridge Seven)

Metro station “La Ronde” (Issalys, Gareau, Pauer)