Design for children

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Design for children

At a time when the market for well-made, innovative objects for children is undergoing a transformative - and global - explosion, Design for Children documents the evolution of design for babies, toddlers, and beyond. The book spotlights more than 450 beautiful, creative, stylish, and clever examples of designs created exclusively for kids - from toys, furniture, and tableware to textiles, lights, and vehicles. - Key Selling Points - A groundbreaking overview of this emerging design discipline - and the coolest book on the subject - From elegant high-end furniture to fun and quirky toys - Spans a century of design for children, from Bauhaus products to the 21st century - Showcases the work of contemporary superstars and 20th-century masters, including Philippe Starck, Nendo, Marc Newson, Pierre Lissoni, Kengo Kuma, and Marcel Wanders, as well as the work of anonymous designers - Features toys, furniture, cutlery, bowls and plates, textiles, lights, vehicles, and decorative accessories, as well as products for travel, bath time, and bedtime - A must-have book for all style-conscious and design- savvy readers, including parents, friends, and family

  • EAN 9780714875194
  • Disponibilité Disponible
  • Nombre de pages 536 Pages
  • Longueur 25 cm
  • Largeur 21 cm
  • Épaisseur 4 cm
  • Poids 2 058 g
  • Distributeur Sodis

Rayon(s) : Arts et spectacles > Arts appliqués / Arts décoratifs > Décoration d'intérieur > Design

Kimberlie Birks

Kimberlie Birks is a New York-based design writer and editor. Born in Montreal, she studied art history at Brown University and design criticism at the School of Visual Arts, where she wrote a graduate thesis on playground design. Her writing has featured in Dwell, Domus, Metropolis, and Azure.