What sits in the desert, is over 60 years old, and is full of sharp corners?
If you answered “modern architecture,” you’re right, and you’d fit right in at Modernism Week, which starts February 11 in Palm Springs.
There you’ll find tens of thousands of architecture fans discussing the works of Frank Lloyd Wright, Albert Frey, Richard Neutra and others that make up many of the homes and businesses of Palm Springs. According to organizers, last year’s Modernism Week attracted almost 60,000 people and brought in $22 million to the local economy. And if this year’s event is like those before it, the numbers will be even bigger.