A talk by Joseph M. Madda MArch ’76, Streamline Moderne and the Rise of American Industrial Design, will be delivered on April 10th, 2024 at the Glencoe Public library about the effect of American industrial designers after World War I. “Glencoe architect and art commentator Joseph Madda will delve into the amazing worlds of the Big Four—designers Walter Dorwin Teague, Norman Bel Geddes, Henry Dreyfuss, and Raymond Loewy—as they changed the way America looked, from Art Deco to Streamline Moderne and beyond.”

Joseph was also recently featured in an article with Storied Stuff where he speaks about highlights in his forty-year career as a licensed architect.

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