Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Anniina Koivu (Auteur principal)

Livre | Format : Livre | Editeur : PHAIDON PRESS | Date de parution : 07/06/2012

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Résumé

- A comprehensive monograph documenting the entire career to date of Ronan Bouroullec (b.1971) and his brother Erwan (b.1976), who took the design world by storm with their first joint projects in the late 1990s and have continued to produce exceptional designs ever since.- Explores the French designers' work by theme and includes their collaborations - with the likes of Cappellini, Vitra and Habitat, covering everything from office furniture to jewellery.- Featuring a wealth of previously unpublished images and drawings from the - designers' archives, and supporting text from design specialist Anniina Koivu, this book will appeal to students, designers and anybody with an appreciation for beautiful design.- Including stunning photographs hand-selected by the Bouroullecs, plus a - catalogue section detailing every project they have ever produced, this is the most authoritative text on two of the most exciting young European designers to have emerged in the last twenty years.Anniina Koivu has been editor of Abitare magazine in Italy since 2007. Graduating as an architect from the Helsinki University of Technology she has written for various Abitare publications and compiled the principle essay for designer Pierre Charpin's first monograph. She has acted as both judge and speaker at international design competitions and currently teaches design history and theory at the University of Art & Design in Lausanne.

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EAN 9780714862477
ISBN 0714862479
Contributeurs Anniina Koivu (Auteur principal)
Format Livre
Support Non
Nombre de pages 400
Éditeur PHAIDON PRESS
Collection Design
Largeur 24 cm
Longueur 32 cm
Épaisseur 2.8 cm
Poids 1.915 kg
Impression à la demande Non
Catégories Livres, Design, Essais en anglais, Histoire de l'art

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