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This book features a fascinating collection of some of the most innovative tables, chairs and lights ever designed; those that push the boundaries of imagination, art, and design.This is a must for any designer interested in not only beautiful and often innovative design, but how such furniture is constructed. Taking 50 of each of these objects (tables, chairs, and lights)This book features a fascinating collection of some of the most innovative tables, chairs and lights ever designed; those that push the boundaries of imagination, art, and design.This is a must for any designer interested in not only beautiful and often innovative design, but how such furniture is constructed. Taking 50 of each of these objects (tables, chairs, and lights), this book follows the furniture maker from original brief through to finished object, and features the work of some of the most highly talented and accomplished designers in the world. It is visually stunning, with photographs and diagrams to illustrate the design and construction processes, whilst particular attention is paid to the materials employed.A veritable tome, this book will become essential to all designers' reference libraries. This new value-for-money and re-sized paperback edition brings the book within reach of all design students who will value it....

Title : The Best Tables, Chairs, Lights: Innovation and Invention in Design Products for the Home
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ISBN : 9782880468323
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 448 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Best Tables, Chairs, Lights: Innovation and Invention in Design Products for the Home Reviews

  • Willem Van Den Eynde
    2019-05-27 11:50

    I picked this book up in the library for the section about lights. I especially liked the energetic words of the author. The book also showed very good the internals of the lamp, design inspirations and sometimes early drafts. I red another light-encyclopedia, but it was too factual and dull: date, designer, ...