Shiro Kuramata

Deyan Sudjic (Auteur principal)

Livre | Format : Beau-livre | Editeur : PHAIDON PRESS | Date de parution : 01/07/2013

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Résumé

Shiro Kuramata (1934-91) was a truly exceptional designer of furniture and interiors. Many of his poetic, precise and unique pieces, like the expanded-metal-mesh How High the Moon Armchair and the acrylic, aluminium and paper-flower Miss Blanche Chair, are still highly prized, collected by museums like MoMA and the V&A and sold at auction. Sadly, however, most of the hundreds of interiors he designed no longer exist, and can only be glimpsed in photographs or described by those who saw them.

This combination of the precious and the disappeared is appropriate for a designer like Kuramata, whose work was neither modern nor nostalgic, neither western nor Asian, but which has a remarkable creative power as well as a sense of endless invention. This compelling and highly influential work is documented here in this beautiful monograph.

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EAN 9780714845005
ISBN 0714845000
Contributeurs Deyan Sudjic (Auteur principal)
Format Beau-livre
Support Non
Nombre de pages 416
Éditeur PHAIDON PRESS
Collection DESIGN & DESIGNER
Langue Français
Largeur 23.8 cm
Longueur 30.5 cm
Épaisseur 5.5 cm
Poids 3.236 kg
Impression à la demande Non
Tranche d'âge Tout public
Catégories Livres, Art, Musique et Cinéma

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