There's Mid-Century Modern which was, asto be obtainable. It was supposed to be more like fashion, buy a set of Mid-Century Modern stuff from mass produced man made materials, when the next thing comes along throw all that stuff out and get the new 'thing'. The Scandinavian region had furniture makers who used similar ideas of shapes and forms but wanted things that would last. Solid, useful, and beautiful. They were still in the Mid-Century Modern vain but instead of using man made materials they used woods and then the PP501 happened. Really, I just wanted to put this here.