Design of the 20th century
This international survey celebrates the diversity and vitality of design through the 20th century, while highlighting the output of specific designers styles and movements. With over four hundred detailed entries, this encyclopaedic work presents a comprehensive overview of design and its most eminent practitioners over the last one hundred years, from Aalto to Panton and Mendini to Zanuso. Covering all aspects of design - industrial products, interiors, furniture textiles, glass ceramics and graphics -, this book is an essential reference work that provides detailed biographical and historical information with over seven hundred colour illustrations. and historical inf with over seven 1 illustrations
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