HarperCollins, Jan 8, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 335 pages
Discover the world of plastic. That inexpensive, flexible, resilient, and soft-ignored material enters the limelight in this book of plastic furniture, lighting, architecture, and everyday objects.
This book showcases the work of dozens of international designers who take plastic seriously. No longer just used for objects of practicality, each of the varied projects included puts a new spin on how plastic works. From fruit baskets and penholders to bookshelves, lamps, and full rooms, the work featured in this book heralds a new age of plastic. Filled cover to cover with gorgeous color photography, Plastic is a valuable reference and source of inspiration for professionals, students, and design-lovers alike.
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Review: PlasticUser Review - Ellen - Goodreads
If you are on Al Gore's team, then you can't help but hate plastic. It doesn't bio-degrade, it is made from petroleum, and its ubiquity in everyday life renders it a trite hazard. That is of course until you look at this book. Perhaps its not the material that is to blame... Read full review
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