3-D and Industrial Design
Eco Packaging Now
Provides examples of how to make a product attractive while retaining ecological sustainability.
Toothpicks and Logos
Design in Everyday Life
A new approach to design traces its role throughout history, focusing on the special relationship between people and objects, and examines the role of design in architecture, multimedia, computers, software, and government.
GSD Platform 7
The Harvard Graduate School of Design prides itself on the wide scope of its global aspirations, collaborations, and projects. As a School, we are deeply interested in the conditions giving rise to new topics that benefit from the design imagination of our students and faculty across a range of fields and practices. This approach is not so much new as it is intentional, forming a deliberate cornerstone of our mission and pedagogy. We wish for our work to be transformative in multiple locations and in richly varied geographies, societies, economies, cultures, and political circumstances. The projects presented in this book all play their part in taking up this planetary imperative.
A History of Design and Circumstance
Examines the pencil and the secret of its survival against today's competitors such as the pen, typewriter and today's state of the art computers
Progressive Design in the Midwest
The Purcell-Cutts House and the Prairie School Collection at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Modernist Design 1880-1940 : The Norwest Collection, Norwest Corporation, Minneapolis
Atelier Van Lieshout
Small 8vo oblong, unpaginated. Full bound in pictorial paper wraps with red and black titling on front cover and spine. Very minimal edge wear to wraps. Interior pages have light toning to edges. Full of intriguing color and b&w plates exploring interior and furniture design.
If Product Design Award Yearbook 2011
The iF product design award 2011 yearbook presents the creme de la creme of international product design in two large volumes. The documentation of the 2011 iF Product Design award winners, one of the most important design awards in the world, takes the reader on a journey into the world of well-designed objects. In total. Hundreds of products that have received the iF label for their excellent design are spectacularly presented. The products in the 16 catedories - automobiles, computers, mobile phones, textiles, furniture, bathroom equipment, medical devices, industrial machines, style items, bicycles and many more - are a source of inspiration both for amateurs and professionals. The iF product design award 2011 yearbook is a benchmark in the form of a comprehensive reference book and information archive for manufacturers, designers and distributors in the field of economy, media and politics. The opinions of the jury members that precede each category provide a current picture of the corresponding sector.
2 vol set
A Design Memoir
Exterior Green Wall Design