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Lenoir: Former Furniture Capital of the South By Jennifer Livingston
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I grew up in Lenoir, North Carolina and have watched my hometown slowly dry up as factory after factory closed and thousands of furniture workers lost their jobs. I no longer live there, but I have... More > watched Lenoir become more like a ghost town with each return visit. This publication serves as a brief overview of the economic and social issues facing Lenoir through the eyes of former furniture workers who have experienced hardship firsthand. It is also a documentation of my work on the video installation exhibition Lenoir: Former Furniture Capital of the South. I felt it was important to have a published record of all the interviews conducted with individuals who worked in the furniture industry. It is my hope that this publication will continue to raise awareness about the situation in Lenoir and other industrially-based communities and perhaps what we can do to help rebuild them.< Less
Architects' Week 2009: eXplorations in (prototypical) furniture design (Tulane School of Architecture) By Nicholas Cecchi
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A book cataloging the process and products of the 2009 spring event at Tulane University School of Architecture: Architects' Week 2009: eXplorations in prototypical furniture design.
Architects' Week 2009: eXplorations in (prototypical) furniture design (Tulane School of Architecture) By Nicholas Cecchi
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A book cataloging the process and products of the 2009 spring event at Tulane University School of Architecture: Architects' Week 2009: eXplorations in prototypical furniture design.
James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse By Todd Merrill
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The first book devoted to James Mont, the important and uniquely American Mid-Century interior and furniture designer. He established his reputation in America for creating custom clandestine bars... More > during prohibition for Hollywood stars and East Coast mobsters. By the mid-thirties he had a thriving design business based in New York City. His aesthetic was defined by combining post-Deco glamour with Oriental accents such as exotic finishes, smoked mirrors, and an abundance of silver and gilt. His characteristic designs often refashioned Asian motives, a transformation Mont described as “Chinese Modern”. It was very common for one of his creations to have more than a dozen layers of lacquer and/or gold leaf.< Less
James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse By Todd Merrill
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The first book devoted to James Mont, the important and uniquely American Mid-Century interior and furniture designer. He established his reputation in America for creating custom clandestine bars... More > during prohibition for Hollywood stars and East Coast mobsters. By the mid-thirties he had a thriving design business based in New York City. His aesthetic was defined by combining post-Deco glamour with Oriental accents such as exotic finishes, smoked mirrors, and an abundance of silver and gilt. His characteristic designs often refashioned Asian motives, a transformation Mont described as “Chinese Modern”. It was very common for one of his creations to have more than a dozen layers of lacquer and/or gold leaf.< Less
Laskey Award 2010 By Akshita Sivakumar
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Laskiosk is a result of the Laskey Award 2010 awarded by Studio L to honor and continue the work and teachings of Professor Emeritus Leslie J. Laskey. Laskiosk is an urban kiosk that includes the... More > functions of urban furniture and exhibit space. Laskiosk was completed by the winners of the Laskey award, Akshita Sivakumar and Stephen Kim, both Washington University in St.Louis graduate students.< Less
Genius Loci By Donald Fortescue
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A catalog documenting the work of artist, Donald Fortescue, from the exhibition titled, Genius Loci, at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art in 2009.
The World as Text By Center for Book & Paper Arts
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The World as Text documents the exhibition and reading room designed for the Center for Book and Paper Arts under the direction of Chicago-based artist, designer and builder John Preus. Featuring... More > nearly 100 contemporary artists' books, zines and exhibition catalogs, the reading room was conceptualized as a hybrid social space and fabricated entirely with reclaimed furniture. The full color catalog features an essay by artist and critic Dan Wang, project statement by John Preus, a complete index of books and works in the exhibition.< Less
Milan Design Week 2008 By Vincent Vanderjonckheijd, Bart Claeys
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After eight years the Milan Design Week has already become one of the design world's most 'not to be missed' annual appointments. Its outdoor showcase of international creativity allows visitors to... More > see the latest collections and trends in furniture, accessories and objects at Zona Tortona and the centre of Milan. We are two passionate members of Creativeskills.be who went to Milan and visited as much exhibitions as possible. Seeing them all is in fact physically impossible. We returned home with sore feet, worn-out shoes, broken equipment, but also with lots of inspiration, tons of brochures and thousands of pictures. For all of you who couldn’t go or who would love a souvenir of the Design Week, we made a compilation of the best designs, innovations, presentations, installations and … parties. All pictures come with a brief description and a website, which makes it easy for you to gather more information about your favourite designs.< Less
Milan Design Week 2008 By Vincent Vanderjonckheijd, Bart Claeys
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After eight years the Milan Design Week has already become one of the design world's most 'not to be missed' annual appointments. Its outdoor showcase of international creativity allows visitors to... More > see the latest collections and trends in furniture, accessories and objects at Zona Tortona and the centre of Milan. We are two passionate members of Creativeskills.be who went to Milan and visited as much exhibitions as possible. Seeing them all is in fact physically impossible. We returned home with sore feet, worn-out shoes, broken equipment, but also with lots of inspiration, tons of brochures and thousands of pictures. For all of you who couldn’t go or who would love a souvenir of the Design Week, we made a compilation of the best designs, innovations, presentations, installations and … parties. All pictures come with a brief description and a website, which makes it easy for you to gather more information about your favourite designs.< Less

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