Stopped by the Contemporary Jewish Museum a couple weeks ago to check out their current exhibition Designing Homes: Jews and Midcentury Modernism. In a nutshell, the exhibit outlined the history of Jewish architects, designers, and artists in the 1930s-40s and their contribution to modern architecture and design.
I always kind of had an interest in modern design because I find the shapes and unique designs to be fascinating on the eye. And also a part of me wants my entire apartment furnished with the pieces in this exhibit. This was actually my first time checking out the CJM, and it's worth a visit if you have a couple hours to spare and are in Downtown SF. Be sure to check out the exhibit before it closes out on October 6th!