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For a decade, we have seen the resurgence of Lucite in fashion and interiors. Developed in the 1920's and trademarked by DuPont in 1936, Lucite was readily used in aircraft and submarines during WWII due to its light weight and shatter-resistant properties. Simultaneously, Hollywood's Golden Era,...

Lucite is back and it's here to stay. French designer Erwine Laverne once said, “The most important element in rooms is people, not furniture.” Erwine and his wife Estelle became famous for their Lucite chairs and made the case for lucite furniture in 1959. Decades have...