The G-Plan Revolution: A Celebration of British Popular Furniture of the 1950s and 1960s

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Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2007 - Design - 240 pages
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Catching the trend for vintage collecting, this book is an illustrated history of mass market furniture from the 1950s to the 1970s, complete with retro illustrations and advertising. With a focus on UK manufacturers, the most notable of which was G-Plan, the content will appeal to anyone with an interest in the design of those times. An artwork in itself, the book sets its design in he social and cultural context of the period and has a truly original feel.

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Beautiful edition, and an unknown bit of history. Read full review

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Steven Braggs is a keen collector of sixties furniture, the Steven Braggs is a keen collector of sixties furniture, the creator of an online resource center about the fifties, sixtcreator of an online resource center about the fifties, sixties and seventies and co-author of "Sun Sea and Sand, The Gries and seventies and co-author of "Sun Sea and Sand, The Great British Seaside Holiday" (Tempus 2006). eat British Seaside Holiday" (Tempus 2006).

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