American modernism is a trend of philosophical thoughts arising from the widespread changes in culture and society in the age of modernity. The artistic and cultural movement in the United States began at the turn of the 20th century, with a core period between World War I and World War II.
American modernist design and architecture enabled people to lead a modern life. Work and family life changed radically and rapidly due to the economic upswing during the 1920s. This collection is Homage to the great disruptive period of our life and culture and to a person who embodied this: Architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Architecture had to find a new way to express its individuality, and this tension created masterful works of art. At times, its simplicity struck a chord with the public, and here you will find all the designs representing American modernism.
If your home follows a modern theme, you can choose these film designs for your modern exterior doors. Take your pick, and we will ensure that your modern glass door film design looks just the way you want and adds aesthetic value to your modern glass exterior door.
Because of their geometries, these designs can be prepared in various ways, in various levels of white or colored frost. The background can be a clear frost, like in the image shown here, or it can be done in glass texture (new). We are open to any modifications and will do them without extra charges.
This design is a stylized version of a waterfall. It is done with different levels of white frost and a clear frost background, so it does not look monotone; this film is perfect for those who love nature. Like all the ones in this collection, this design can also be done with colored frost and glass textures to make it more realistic.
By using a different tone of white frost and clear frost, we dim and diffuse the light entering from a glass panel. It is the perfect film choice for windows and other entryways. You can get details customized to fit your liking! You can choose the opacity level, and we will adjust it accordingly.
Their most defining characteristic is their emphasis on the horizontal rather than the vertical. In this film design, all the vertical lines are small. Thus, your eyes rest more on the larger horizontal elements. Our latest technology helps us stand out from our competitors in giving them nothing but the best.
It comes with clear frost background with different tones of white frost for variety. The art is a reminder of nature, and with this adaptation, we aim to remind you of the wonders of mother Earth and how we must connect with it in our day-to-day lives.
It has clear frost background with 1/8" white frost lines. If you feel the film needs customizations that fit your liking, then you can contact us today, or you can come up with your inspirations, and we will make them for you!
They are characterized by native materials; flat roofs and large cantilevered overhangs; natural lighting; and radiant-floor heating. Another distinctive feature is that they typically have little exposure to the front/'public' side, while the rear/'private' sides are completely open to the outside to connect to nature. This film design is inspired by that and represents this connection between the outside and the inside, rendered using different tones of white frost.
The Imperial Hotel was then dismantled in 1968. This film represents the connection between East and West and the tensions that exist due to different cultures and ways of living. The three central arrows pointing down are a tribute to the three roofs of the building and the many concrete relief in the interior walls. Want some changes? We are always there to help.
It uses clear as well as different white frosts. This design has a high level of privacy due to the high opacity on the top because of the white frost.
This design represented the Architect's tension when he had to change his design philosophy. The vertical triangles facing down are a nod to the 3 story homes, while the arrows on the right and left pointing toward the center are a nod to the tension between the Architect and the builder, Otto Tod Mallery of Tod Company.
A house had to blend beautifully into their surroundings, both drawing inspiration from and contributing to the setting. This design divided in three main areas signifies the centricity of humans and their influence on nature as wells as being influenced by nature and how it is all interconnected. Clear frost background with one tone white frost and minimal clear lines.