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Helps you to find out all about the design movements of the last 150 years from Arts and Crafts to Bauhaus. This book tells how design has influenced the look and functionality of the objects we use every day from telephones and cameras to toys, furniture and fashion.
Featuring an extensive archive of sketches and prototypes, specially commissioned photographs of individual products in various interior settings, as well as an insight into the models that never found their way onto the market, this book focuses on a company whose design inventions are in a league of their own.
You'll find 1000 bright ideas in this journey through 20th-century lighting design. Presented chronologically by decade, you'll find the most interesting electric lights, from Tiffany's beautiful leaded-glass shades to outlandish 1960s designs and the latest high-tech LED lamps.
Showcasing furniture and object design from some of the most important architects of the 20th-century, this title analyses - through sketches, drawings and photographs of the original productions - the main designs of the featured architect. It also includes a illustrated chronology of their works.
Treating such contemporary design and development issues as identifying customer needs, design for manufacturing, prototyping, and industrial design, this title presents a set of product development techniques aimed at bringing together the marketing, design, and manufacturing functions of the enterprise.
A charmingly written and richly illustrated history revealing the captivating stories behind everyday household objects.
"From the humble, handcrafted pencil of the nineteenth century to the novelty writing implement of the 1990s, each object in this book tells a different story. Trace the history of the pencil over time and across the globe, and discover everything you need to know about this simple yet ingenious invention"--