Emerging in the United States during the 1930s and gaining prominence through the 1960s, mid-century modern architecture and design is a pillar of American cultural history. This design philosophy, influenced by the International and Bauhaus movements, underscored functionality and simplicity. Pioneering architects and designers of this era, such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Joseph Eichler, and Palm Springs influencers like Richard Neutra and Albert Frey, established the signature aesthetics of mid-century modern homes
. Their ground-breaking designs continue to shape contemporary architecture to this day.