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Publisher: Paris, Réunion des Musées Nationaux: 1994
Seller ID: 29300
Binding: Soft cover
Condition: Near Fine
By: Brown, Erica
Publisher: New York, The Viking Press: 1982
Seller ID: 29302
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Boston, MA, Little, Brown and Company: 1992
Seller ID: 18179
For more than one hundred years, the name Liberty of London has been synonymous with the highest achievements in the decorative arts -- from fabric to furniture, from carpets to ceramics. With 280 illustrations, 100 in color.
By: Camard, Florence
Publisher: New York, Harry N. Abrams: 1984
Seller ID: 24457
Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann (1879-1933) was one of the greatest and most prolific Art Deco cabinetmakers and interior designers of the twentieth century. This book has 487 illustrations, including 67 plates in full color.
Publisher: New York, Clarkson Potter: 1991
Seller ID: 24517
Illustrated with more than 450 full-color photographs of twenty homes in the province surrounding the city of Paris.
Publisher: Paris, Verba Volant: 2008
Seller ID: 24573
By: Gura, Judith
Publisher: New York, Acanthus Press: 2008
Seller ID: 23787
This slipcased set is limited to 400 copies and contains both Inventors of Tradition and Masters of Modernism with original, numbered renderings by Albert Hadley and R Scott Bromley created especially for this work.
Publisher: Oslo, H. Aschehoug & Co: 2009
Seller ID: 24684
Helene Hennie is one of Norway's most successful interior architects. In 2007 she was elected Designer of the Year by the internationally renowned magazine Andrew Martin Interior Design Review.
By: Hicks, David
Publisher: Boston, MA, Little, Brown and Company: 1987
Seller ID: 24422
Illustrated with color photographs, along with 200 black-and-white images, including photographs, line drawings, and Hick's own sketches.
By: Jones, Chester
Publisher: Boston, MA, Bulfinch Press: 1989
Seller ID: 29331
With 260 color illustrations.
Publisher: New York, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum: 2007
Seller ID: 29337
Publisher: Seattle, WA, Teague: 2006
Seller ID: 29444
Binding: Soft cover
Condition: As New
This limited edition book, created to commemorate Teague's 80th anniversary, is a compilation of their work and their perspective on the industry's most inspired, thoughtful, striking, and even amusing designs. Chapters: Designers Who Inspire Us; Principles We Rely On; Teague Classics (with drawings); Recent Teague innovations; Designs That Make Us Blush; Designs We Envy; Historical Influences That Have Changed Our World; Trends That Will Change Our World.
Publisher: Paris, Norma Editions: 2002
Seller ID: 21009
Jean Royère (1902-1981) was a key figure of the Avant-garde in the 1950s. He tackled all kinds of decoration work and opened branches in the Near East and Latin America. Royère pioneered an original style combining bright colors, organic forms, and precious materials within a wide range of imaginative accomplishments. This monograph has approximately 350 color and black&white illustrations. Text in French.
Publisher: Newark, DE, University of Delaware Press: 2008
Seller ID: 25241
Lockwood de Forest (1850-1932) is best known as an artistic decorator with a flair for designs based on the arts and crafts of the Middle East and India. He began his career in partnership with Louis Comfort Tiffany. By 1883, de Forest had his own business and successfully introduced the East Indian craft revival to the United States. His interior designs and furnishings were embraced by some of the wealthiest families of the Gilded Age. With 182 illustrations.