Close to any modernist's heart is the home of Charles and Ray Eames, one of midcentury's most dynamic duos. Their home in California is iconic for its steel framed windows, birch paneled interiors, double-height ceiling, and array of their own pieces of furniture amidst a range of books, artwork, and artifacts from across the world. On the opposite page is a living room by Joe D'Urso for fashion designer Calvin Klein. Designed in 1975 in New York City, the space is remarkable for its functional, simple style that embodied Klein's fashion sense, filled with neutral shades, exposed ductwork, and a minimalist aesthetic.  Photo 3 of 9 in Here Are the Greatest Rooms of the Century, According to Phaidon

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Close to any modernist's heart is the home of Charles and Ray Eames, titans of midcentury design. Their home in California is iconic for its steel-framed windows, birch-paneled interiors, double-height ceiling, and array of their own pieces of furniture amidst a range of books, artwork, and artifacts from across the world. On the opposite page is a living room by Joe D'Urso for fashion designer Calvin Klein. Designed in 1975 in New York City, the space is remarkable for its functional, simple style that embodied Klein's fashion sense, filled with neutral shades, exposed ductwork, and a minimalist aesthetic.

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