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MARC HELD : DU DESIGN A L'ARCHITECTURE

MARC HELD : DU DESIGN A L'ARCHITECTURE
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  • AuthorEric Germain
  • PublisherNorma
  • Date of publicationNovembre 2009
  • Language(s)French
  • Illustrations288 colour, b&w ill.
  • Pages256
  • DescriptionHardback
  • Price (VAT incl.)66.00 € 
  • AvailabilityOn order

Author of the Prisunic bed in plastic, and of the Culbuto chair edited by Knoll, Marc Held, born in Paris in 1932, is a designer of the 1970s who can't be ignored. L'Échoppe, his gallery located rue de Seine in Paris, symbolised the aspirations of a generation concerning life style and home style.
Postscripted by the architecture historian Petros Martinidis, this book by Eric Germain reveals the origins of the work of a designer both classical and libertarian. From teak to all-plastic, from the great sailing boats to Renault's cars, from the house in steel to vernacular architectures, from the sitting rooms of the Elysée to IBM factories, the diversity of Marc Held's work finds its unity in a constant humanist preoccupation.

Price (VAT incl.) : 66.00 €

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