The Look of the Century
A visual history of twentieth-century art and design ranges from the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright to contemporary corporate logos and provides extensive information on the century's leading designers, art movements, artists, and trends. Original.
67 pages matching early in this book
Results 1-3 of 67
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE LIVING ROOM 54107
61 other sections not shown
advertising aesthetic aluminum American architect architecture Art Deco Art Nouveau artist Arts and Crafts Bakelite Bauhaus became began bottle bowl Braun British camera century ceramics chair Charles Eames Charles Rennie Mackintosh classic clothes colors created Daywear decade decorative developed earlv early electric elegant Ettore Sottsass fabrics fashion French functional furniture designs geometric Germany Material Gift glass glassware graphic designer Hector Guimard industrial designer influenced innovative inspired interior invented Italy Material Japanese Josef Hoffmann Kazimir Malevich launched logo London look machine magazine manufacturers Marco Zanuso metal Milan modern molded motif movement Museum purchase Olivetti pack packaging Paris pieces popular porcelain poster produced radio Robert Opie Collection shape silver Sony Sottsass Specifications Country stainless steel streamlined studio stvle stvling style telephone television textile Top speed traditional tvpical typeface UK Height UK Material vase Vienna Secession Width World