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Principles of Decorative Design By Christopher Dresser
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Principles Of Decorative Design by Christopher Dresser. Author of "The Art of Decorative Design," "Unity in Variety," etc. "My object in writing this work has been that of... More > aiding in the art-education of those who seek a knowledge of ornament as applied to our industrial manufactures. I have not attempted the production of a pretty book, but have aimed at giving what knowledge I possess upon the subjects treated of, in a simple and intelligible manner. I have attempted simply to instruct. The substance of the present work was first published as a series of lessons in the Technical Educator. These lessons are now collected into a work, and have been carefully revised; a few new illustrations have been inserted, and a final chapter added..."< Less
Old and New Paris: Its History, Its People, and Its Places By Henry Sutherland Edwards
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Old and New Paris: Its History, Its People, and Its Places by Henry Sutherland Edwards. Complete two volumes published with a few hundred illustrations. Paris is the most ancient and the most modern... More > capital in Europe. Eighteen centuries ago, as a fortress or walled town on an island in the middle of the Seine; and at every period of its history we find some chronicler dwelling on the disappearance of ancient landmarks. Whole quarters are known to have been pulled down and rebuilt under the second Empire. But ever since the Revolution of 1789, under each successive form of government and in almost every district, straggling lanes have been giving way gradually to wide streets and stately boulevards, and suburb after suburb has been merged into the great city. PARISrld, and the rendezvous of its most brilliant intellects.” The art and literature of Europe were at that time represented in Paris by such men as Ary Scheffer, the Dutch painter, Rossini, Meyerbeer, and Heine himself.< Less
engawa 12 By revista engawa
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The magazine takes its name and much of the meaning from the Japanese word “engawa”, which means the space between the interior and the exterior of classic Japanese architecture. It is a... More > transitional space which suggests things like; invitation or welcome but also the contrary, that is to say projection and opening. The topic of each issue comes from the cover image. This action let us not talk about usual topics and allows randomness of conversation.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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