The Arts & Crafts Lifestyle and Design

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Watson-Guptill, 2000 - Design - 192 pages
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A richly illustrated celebration of the the Arts and Crafts style celebrates the impact of the revolutionary movement on the architecture and home furnishings of the early twentieth century, capturing the simple elegance and craftsmanship of key examples of the style in both England and the United States in terms of furniture, architecture, textiles, ceramics, and other accessories for the home.

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Pioneered by William Morris and grounded in the desire to return to simple design and ornament, the Arts and Crafts movement had enormous impact in England before spreading to Scotland in the work of ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter
7
The Building as Body
33
Chapter Three
63
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About the author (2000)

Charles, an accomplished British photographer, specializes in architecture and historic interiors.

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