Modernism Without Riches

January 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

There’s one upside to a down economy: lower rent.  This not only translates into potentially saved money, but also better values.  Case in point, Time Magazine has a photo essay about the possibility of renting modernist homes, even famous ones.  Even if you can’t buy the house of your dreams, you may just be able to live in one.

Take a look at the bedroom in Frank Sinatra’s Palm Springs home.  This design is timeless.

This William Cody home is not exactly cheap ($1,400 per night), but you certainly get what you pay for.

You can even rent a Frank Lloyd Wright cottage for only $275 per night… if you don’t mind traveling to Wisconsin.  I’m pretty sure it doesn’t look like this in January.

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