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Sven Kirsten’s Tiki Modern: A Guide to the Revival of Mid-Century Polynesian Design and Aesthetics

The Tiki Modern phenomenon, as explored by Sven Kirsten, is a resurgence of the mid-century Polynesian design and aesthetics, which reached peak popularity during the 1950s and 1960s. Kirsten’s work has played a significant role in bringing the Tiki Modern style back into the spotlight for a new generation. As an author, historian, and filmmaker, …

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