When Architecture Took Flight in the Golden Age of Aviation


TWA Illustration. Image © Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

When the first commercial planes took flight, so did architecture. Like many other moments of technological advancement, the fascination with soaring through the skies heavily influenced the design movements of the last fifty years- not only in terms of how we design airports and think about the airline passenger experience, but the aesthetics of aviation and how the fabrics, textures, and high-end details would influence our lives on the ground.

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