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Innovative Furniture in America from 1800 to the Present
David Hanks

Horizon Press, 1981. (NO EXPEDITED SHIPPING THROUGH ALIBRIS, AMAZON, OR B&N. These orders will ONLY ship media mail and only to the U.S.) Oversized hardcover. Illustated endpapers. 200 pp. with index, bibliography. Illustrated with 171 photographs, drawings and reproductions. Introduction by Russell Lynes and special essays by Rodris Roth and Page Talbot. Fine in fine dust jacket. Lavish presentation of nearly two centuries of furnature as invention and as asthetic object. The work is divided into five major sections: Technique--Binding and Lamination; Materials; Comfort; Portability; Multiple Functions. Dozens of 19th and 20th century designers, with brief biographies, are included such as Belter, Hunzinger, Warren, Frank lloyd Wright, Saarinen, Eames, Bertoia, Nelson, etc. Fine Hardcover 9780818004506 (Item ID: E17501B)


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