Designed in California at SFMOMA
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s (SFMOMA) architecture and design gallery featured “Designed in California.” The exhibit explores California’s industrial designs throughout the years; including: before and after the digital revolution.
Architectural design has morphed tremendously throughout the years. Most people know the story of the humble beginnings of the Macintosh computer. The computer was created from a home garage, but today the architectural infrastructure for Apple is a well-known powerhouse. Their office campus’ concept has morphed how people view what the workplace environment should be like compared to cubicles.
“Designed in California” is a true work of progress. Original innovators had to make their available space fit their needs. Today, architecture is created with a purpose – designed with progress, efficiency and comfort in mind.
Watch a video on the “Designed in California” exhibit on their website for more inspiration.