Ron Arad: Restless Furniture
This title in the series devoted to the work of contemporary British architects and designers concentrates on the work of Ron Arad, who designed the first concrete stereo system, made armchairs out of recycled carseats from old Rovers and turned a stack of bricklayers hods into bookshelves.
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