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R. Craig Miller et al.
U.S. Design 1975 - 2000
One of the defining characteristics of American design since 1975 has been its lack of any dominant theoretical or stylistic approach. This book celebrates this pluralism by presenting an array of objects from architects as well as decorative, industrial, product and graphic designers. It features the work of such international stars as Robert Venturi, Frank Gehry and Michael Graves; next-wave artists of the 1980s such as Thom Mayne, Steven Holl, Katherine McCoy and David Carson; and today's emerging young designers, including Karim Rashid, Christopher Deam and Ross Menuez. English

Category: Design, Industrial Design
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 256 pp
Publisher: Prestel Verlag
Year: 2002
Publication Place: Munich,
ISBN: 3791326848
Book Id: 94881

Price: $0.00

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