Dave Bossert has another book coming out later this year – “The House of the Future: Walt Disney, MIT, and Monsanto’s Vision of Tomorrow“. I know this will be a very popular book with Disney fans! I am not quite old enough to have experienced The House of the Future at Disneyland, but I can’t wait to read more about it. The foreword of “The House of the Future” is by Bob Weis.
While “The House of the Future” can be found on Amazon, you probably will want to order it from Indiegogo currently. The book will be released about a month earlier and you can order a signed copy. I was told by Dave Bossert that there will also be some extras like a bookmarks and coasters. And on Indiegogo, you can see some interesting photos and read more about the book. Dave has authored quite a few terrific and well researched books, with this being the second to be released just in 2023 (the first will be “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Visual Companion” in September from Disney Editions Deluxe).
Read more below about “The House of the Future: Walt Disney, MIT, and Monsanto’s Vision of Tomorrow“, with more information at Indiegogo.
Step inside The House of the Future, the iconic Disneyland attraction that captured the imagination of countless visitors during its ten-year run from 1957 to 1967. In this meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated book, readers will take a journey through the conception, construction, and ultimate closure of this groundbreaking exhibit. The House of the Future was a pioneering experiment in living that showcased cutting-edge construction techniques and futuristic household appliances, including the now-ubiquitous microwave oven. It was a glimpse into a world of endless possibility and unbridled optimism, brought to life through the vision of Walt Disney, his Imagineering team, MIT, and Monsanto. With stunning, never-before-seen photographs and illustrations, this book offers a deep dive into the world of The House of the Future and the lasting impact it had on generations of visitors. The House of the Future is more than a historical artifact; it’s a testament to the power of imagination, innovation, and the relentless pursuit of progress.
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