Twentieth-century Furniture: Materials, Manufacture, and Markets

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Manchester University Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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The range of furniture available in the 20th century has increased dramatically, from antique chaise longues, to one-off designer chairs. Between these extremes lies a wide range of mass-produced furniture, from MFI to Habitat, designed and priced to suit a variety of tastes.

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