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  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books
  • Taschen Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books

Eames Basic Art Series by Taschen Books

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Woods Grove Offers a classic Taschen Book.  Creative duo Charles and Ray Eames were one of the most transformative forces in design history.

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Creative duo Charles and Ray Eames were one of the most transformative forces in design history: through furniture, photography, architecture, textile design, industrial design, and film, the husband and wife defined a new, multifunctional modernity. Discover all aspects of their illustrious repertoire and its revolutionary impact on middle-class American living.Gloria KoenigPeter Gössel

Hardcover, 8.3 x 10.2 in., 1.22 lb, 96 pages

The creative duo Charles Eames (1907–1978) and Ray Kaiser Eames (1912–1988) transformed the visual character of America. Though best known for their furniture, the husband and wife team were also forerunners in architecture, textile design, photography, and film.

The Eameses’ work defined a new, multifunctional modernity, exemplary for its integration of craft and design, as well as for the use of modern materials, notably plywood and plastics. The Eames Lounge Chair Wood, designed with molded plywood technology, became a defining furniture piece of the 20th century, while the couple’s contribution to the Case Study Houses project not only made inventive use of industrial materials but also developed an adaptable floor plan of multipurpose spaces which would become a hallmark of postwar modern architecture.

From the couple’s earliest furniture experiments to their seminal short film Powers of Ten, this book covers all the aspects of the illustrious Eames repertoire and its revolutionary impact on middle-class American living.The author

Gloria Koenig is an architectural historian and author. She has published and lectured widely on a variety of topics in contemporary architecture, and served as consultant with filmmakers on a documentary about her late husband, modernist architect Pierre Koenig.

The editor

Peter Gössel runs an agency for museum and exhibition design. He has published TASCHEN monographs on Julius Shulman, R. M. Schindler, John Lautner, and Richard Neutra, as well as several titles in the Basic Architecture series.

 

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