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The International Design Yearbook 3

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The International Design Yearbook 3

32.00

The International Design Yearbook 3

Guest editor Philippe Starck

Published by Abbeville Press

Copyright 1987

Hardcover

239 pp

From the introduction:

This is the third volume of The International Design Yearbook. Like its predecessors, it brings together a selection of the year’s best and most memorable new domestic designs from around the world, chosen from several thousand submissions.

… It is in product design that one gets the earliest warning of shifting ways of living. …In every area, design is becoming an increasingly important force, recognized as such by governments and manufacturers. As industrialization makes products more and more alike, it is designers who fulfill the crucial role of providing them with differences that will appeal to the consumer. It is not just the traditional design-conscious companies in furniture and lighting who are now using design: consumer-electronics firms and even mass-market retailers too are assuming a greater responsibility for determining the shape of what the consumer sees on the shop shelves.

Dust jacket is missing. There are light spots on the linen cover. Corners show wear. Ink on the first end page. Interior pages show very light wear. Very good vintage condition overall. All vintage items are sold as is, final sale.

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The International Design Yearbook 3

Guest editor Philippe Starck

Published by Abbeville Press

Copyright 1987

Hardcover

239 pp

From the introduction:

This is the third volume of The International Design Yearbook. Like its predecessors, it brings together a selection of the year’s best and most memorable new domestic designs from around the world, chosen from several thousand submissions.

… It is in product design that one gets the earliest warning of shifting ways of living. …In every area, design is becoming an increasingly important force, recognized as such by governments and manufacturers. As industrialization makes products more and more alike, it is designers who fulfill the crucial role of providing them with differences that will appeal to the consumer. It is not just the traditional design-conscious companies in furniture and lighting who are now using design: consumer-electronics firms and even mass-market retailers too are assuming a greater responsibility for determining the shape of what the consumer sees on the shop shelves.

Dust jacket is missing. There are light spots on the linen cover. Corners show wear. Ink on the first end page. Interior pages show very light wear. Very good vintage condition overall. All vintage items are sold as is, final sale.