[photo via Los Angeles Times]
The entire issue is dedicated to Mad Men's spot-on sets, featuring interviews with Amy Wells, set decorator for seasons one through three, and Claudette Didul, who took over for seasons four and five. The sets have certainly gained more of a swinging '60s vibe of late, but I hadn't realized a new hand was at work behind the scenes.
In any case, nothing hearkens back to the "Zou Bisou Bisou" days of this season quite like the sunken living room in Don and Megan's new apartment. So, of course, I went searching for some more...
Harwood Taylor's 1960 Frame/Harper House in Houston as restored by Stern and Bucek
This is what happens when Eero Saarinen and Alexander Girard join forces. Wow!
[via D Blog]
A Flickr find, so no information on this mid-century design, unfortunately
[via timfalle's photo stream]
A futuristic version of a conversation pit photographed by Martin Morrell
A family home in Udine, Italy, designed by Patricia Urquiola
Living room in Dallas by Hull Historical