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Monochromes

To kick off its weekly Monochromes series, Curbed National has a look inside the state-of-the-art showhouse of 1939's World's Fair. Inside the homage to glass, a rather stunning example of the beginnings of the midcentury modern era, are all the lucite benches and peg-legged credenzas one would expect, though the space has a surprisingly contemporary feel. All the glory, right this way. [Curbed National]