Explore these ideas and much more!

Explore related topics

This is a moody, noirish nighttime view of a Googie-style Biff’s Coffee Shop in Los Angeles, photographed in 1950 by Douglas Honnold. W. W. "Tiny" Naylor started the Biff's coffee shop chain (named for his son) in 1948, and the affiliated Tiny Naylor chain in 1957. Naylor died in 1959, and Paul Hultman bought five of the nine Los Angeles area Biff's in 1964.

This is a moody, noirish nighttime view of a Googie-style Biff’s Coffee Shop in Los Angeles, photographed in 1950 by Douglas Honnold. W. W. "Tiny" Naylor started the Biff's coffee shop chain (named for his son) in 1948, and the affiliated Tiny Naylor chain in 1957. Naylor died in 1959, and Paul Hultman bought five of the nine Los Angeles area Biff's in 1964.

All sizes | The Penguin Coffee Shop, Santa Monica 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | The Penguin Coffee Shop, Santa Monica 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pann's, Westchester | classic Googie architecture | designed by Helen Fong of the design firm Armet and Davis | 1958

Pann's, Westchester | classic Googie architecture | designed by Helen Fong of the design firm Armet and Davis | 1958

Skylark Restaurant - San Jose, California 521 West Santa Clara Street San Jose, California Open 24 Hours a Day.

The Crenshaw Shopping Center, circa 1950 or thereabouts. Its known today as Baldwin Hills - Crenshaw Plaza (3650 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) Bizarre Los Angeles

The Crenshaw Shopping Center, circa 1950 or thereabouts. Its known today as Baldwin Hills - Crenshaw Plaza (3650 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.) Bizarre Los Angeles

postwarvintage:  Never knew what the architecture style from the 40s-60s we all know and love was called until today. Googie architecture. Worth a read and a lot more pictures.

postwarvintage: Never knew what the architecture style from the 40s-60s we all know and love was called until today. Googie architecture. Worth a read and a lot more pictures.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search