From Art Deco and the Bauhaus to the explosion of colour in the 60s and the return to minimalism in the 90s, this volume explores the 20th-century approach to designing interiors. It features a selection of original sketches, drawings and CAD (Computer Aided Design) printouts from the National Collection of Designs at the VaA. Furniture, ceramics, sale catalogues and other items from the VaA collections provide clues as to the relationship between initial idea and finished product.Houghton-Brown, Geoffrey bathroom decoration for Edward James, design 2 12 Hygena 70, 94-5 Isokon Company 44, 45, 80 Jack, George Washington Henry 30 -31 room at Great Tangley Manor, design 30-31 Juhl, Finn armchair design andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Designs for the 20th Century Interiors|
|Publisher||:||Victoria & Albert Museum - 2000-01-01|