Memphis, Objects, Furniture, & Patterns

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Simon & Schuster, 1986 - Art - 125 pages
Looks at lamps, chairs, sofas, tables, storage pieces, ceramics, glass, and rugs by the Italian design group known as Memphis, and describes their influence on modern style

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A paean to the work and followers of the Italian design firm Memphis, founded by Ettore Sottsass, a firm which is to furniture what post-modernism is to architecture. The unexpected juxtapositions of ... Read full review

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