Architectural work of Bruce Goff (1904 – 1982) was always a great organic adventure in the heart of USA in Oklahoma. His designs born in the desert are fascinating structures so different from each other and representing very original part of American modernism.
This time we present here some of his interior design pieces which were designed as integral parts of his houses. Use of unorthodox, cheap and trash materials, or new geometric as well as organic shapes characterize Goff`s ability to create spectacular, decorative and strong language standing somewhere between Frank Lloyd Wright and postmodernism.
Pictures Courtesy of Wright, Chicago.