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Materiology: The Creative Industry's Guide to Materials and Technologies.
MATERIO. Kula, Daniel, and Elodie Ternaux.
Materiology: The Creative Industry's Guide to Materials and Technologies.
Intended for all creative professionals - architects, designers, stylists, and artists - who rely on materials and technologies, this volume is divided into 4 sections: families of materials covering various types of wood, plastic, glass and metal; catalogues of materials including 110 catalogue cards allowing you to find key elements of materials; processes covering the major methods of processing materials; and a section on thinking outside the box. English.

Category: Architecture, Materials
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 350 pp
Publisher: Birkhauser.
Year: 2009.
Publication Place: Basel,
ISBN: 9783764384241
Book Id: 75895

Price: $99.00
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