Digital by design: crafting technology for products and environments

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Thames & Hudson, 2008 - Art - 304 pages
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"Digital by Design is a wide-ranging survey that considers the work of those visionaries who are reimagining the relationship between technology, design products, immersive environments and human interaction for the twenty-first century. The result is a captivating assessment of pioneering approaches in art and design that encompasses a broad spectrum of humanist values, humour, magic and sensory experiences." "Leading multi-disciplinary art and design practice Troika has selected more than 100 objects, products and installations that exemplify this progressive new wave of technologically infused art and design. The book's bold presentation is indicative of Troika's hands-on knowledge of these fields and their transformative practices."--BOOK JACKET.

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Three of the principals of Troika, a graphic-and-product design firm based in London (not synonymous with Troika Design Group, the TV branding agency in Hollywood), compiled, wrote, and designed this ... Read full review


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Conny Freyer, Sebastien Noel, and Eva Rucki met at London's Royal College of Art and founded their multidisciplinary art and design practice in 2003. They have created installations and products for a broad range of international clients, including the Science Museum and Royal Mail in the UK and the Wagner Society in Germany. Paola Antonelli is Curator of the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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