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GI (GLOBAL INTERIOR) #3
Northern Europe, 1972


Rare third issue from 1972 (complete with original issue printed slip-case) of this now classic 1970’s architectural series, the great GI (Global Interior) from Tokyo, Japan.
One of the finest interior architecture journal series ever published, GI “The Series of Global Interior” came from the producers of the highly esteemed GA (Global Architecture), GA Document, GA Houses, etc. architectural publications.

GI was produced throughout the 1970’s in a total of ten volumes. Each large volume highlighted a selection of architectural projects by renowned international architects, some volumes focusing on a specific architect entirely, and highlighted their work for houses and domestic spaces.

Beautiful architectural photography of house interiors, exteriors and room details of living spaces, along with texts (mostly in Japanese) and floor-plans/elevation drawings make up the profiles on each featured building or environment. The visual generosity of these handsomely designed and printed journals (each more a book than a magazine) make them a treasure for any architecture or interior design enthusiast or collector.

Edited and Presented by Yukio Futagawa

GI Global Interior #3
Northern Europe
1972

Contents include:
Alver Aalto (Villa Mairea), Alver Aalto (Louis Carre House), Toivo Korhonen (Korhonen House), Kaija and Heikki Siren (House on Island Lingonso), Yrjo Kukkapuro (Kukkapuro House), Poul and Hanne (Kjaerholm House), Arne Jacobsen (Siesby House), Arne Jacobsen (Jurgensen House), Jorn Utzon (House along Lake Malaren), Halldor Gunnlogsson (Gunnlogson House), Ralph Erskine (House along Lake Malaren), Sverre Fehn (Schreiner House), Sverre Fehn (Norkoping House), Le Corbusier (Jaoul House), Jean Prouve & J.C.Drouin (Mrs. Jaoul House), Atelier 5 (Citron House), Atelier 5 (Merz House), Egon Eiermann (Eiermann House), Reinhard Gieselmann (Gieselmann House), Gunther Eckert (Eckert House), Colin St. John Wilson (Artist’s House in Cambridge), Colin St. John Wilson (Wilson House), James Gowan (Schreiber House), Gerrit Rietveld (Van Slobbe House), Andre Jacqmain (House for an Art Collector)…

* Condition: Very Good (book is a clean, tight copy throughout, kept protected by its original cardboard case – general light shelf-wear to box and tanning to box spine) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Vijftig jaar zitten (Fifty years of sitting)
SM 398


Published by Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 1966, this iconic Wim Crouwel designed catalogue accompanied an important thematic exhibition, on the development of seating furniture from 1915, focusing on modern European chair design, at Stedelijk Museum, 3 June – 4 September 1966.

Features: Alvar Aalto, Sem Aardewerk, Cor Alons, Gunnar Aagaard Andersen, Harry Bertoia, Max Bill, Werner Blaser, Antonio Bonet, Osvaldo Borsani, Jac. Bot, Marcel Breuer, Ebbe Clemmensen, Karen Clemmensen, Joe Colombo, Terence Conran, Robin Day, Erich Dieckmann, Nanna Ditzel, A. Dolleman, Charles & Ray Eames, Hans Eichenberger, Egon Eiermann, Gunnar Eklöf, Yngve Ekström, Hans Ell, Preben Fabricius, Alberto Ferrari, Josef Frank, Nicholas Frewing, Eugenio Gerli, Jac Haan, Geoffrey Harcourt, Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, Niels Jørgen Haugesen, René Herbst, Herbert Hirche, Josef Hoffmann, Peter Hvidt, Karl Irmler, Arne Jacobsen, Grete Jalk, J.E. Jelles, Torsten Johansson, Finn Juhl, Jørgen Kastholm, William Katavolos, Douglas Kelley, Kho Liang Ie, Poul Kjaerholm, Inger Klingenberg, Kaare Klint, Mogens Koch, Otto Kolb, Nico Kraij, Friso Kramer, Piet Kramer, Yrjö Kukkapuro, Juan Kurchan, Erwine Laverne, Le Corbusier, Georg Leowald, Ross Littell, Stig Lønngren, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Olli Mannermaa, Justa Masbeck, Bruno Matthson, David de Mayo, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen, George Nelson, Jens Nielsen, Antti Nurmesniemi, Walter Pabst, Pagani, Verner Panton, Pierre Paulin, Willem Penaat, R.J. Perreau, Charlotte Perriand, A. Philippus, Gio Ponte, H. Potter, Jean Prouvé, Roland Rainer, Bodo Rasch, Gerrit Rietveld, Wim Rietveld, Wilhelm Ritz, Eero Saarinen, Hein Salomonson, Jean Schofield, Otto Seng, Dirk van Sliedregt, Mart Stam, Rudolf Steiger, Hein Stolle, Folke Sunberg, Ilmari Tapiovaara, Theo Tempelman, Heinrich Tessenow, Giovanni Travasa, Martin Visser, Dieter Waeckerlin, Hans J. Wegner, Rudolf Wolf, John Wright, Sori Yanagi, Marco Zanuso.

Text in Dutch and English.

Design by Wim Crouwel.

* Condition: Very Good (very small “De Appel, Amsterdam” library markings to the cover, very light wear, clean copy) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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The International Design Yearbook 1985/86
Robert A.M. Stern (Ed.)



Edited by Robert A.M. Stern, one of the world’s leading exponents of the Post-Modern movement, “The International Design Yearbook 1985/86” was “the first volume of an important annual review of domestic design in an international context. It shows the best, the most characteristic and the most exciting recent designs in furniture, lighting, ceramics, textiles, glass and metalware. It illustrates the work not only of such leading figures as Rossi, Hollein, Venturi, Sottsass and Castiglioni, but of hundreds of other contemporary designers around the world, whose work is notable for its topicality and promise, or for its aesthetic or functional excellence.”

As well as contemporary design of the mid 1980’s, the annual “deals with the reproduction of classic designs by such masters as Eileen Gray, Hoffman, Mackintosh, Rietveld and Le Corbusier.” The annual also functioned as a guidebook to the featured designers and the respective companies, manufacturers and retailers of their designs. Biographies for all those designers featured are included, plus texts throughout.

This large book is richly illustrated with wonderful examples of the featured designers in their many forms via 520 illustrations, 382 in colour. Many works rarely (some possibly never) seen documented in any other book.

Includes the work of: Verner Panton, Nathalie du Pasquier, Charlotte Perriand, Paolo Piva, Andrée Putman, Dieter Rams, Gerrit Rietveld, Aldo Rossi, Stanley Tigerman, Brian Faucheux, Jay Stanger, Yrjo Kukkapuro, Hans Gunnarsson, Studio Alchimia, Gabrielle Regondi, John Smith, Alberto Salvati and Ambrogio Tresoldi, Paolo Deganello, Alessio Sarri, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Matteo Thun, Pierre Jeanneret, Memphis, Giuseppe Terragni, Robert George Sowden, SITE, Afra Scarpa, Tobia Scarpa, Robert Venturi, Ugo La Pietra, Le Corbusier, Ettore Sottsass, Adolf Loos, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Richard Meier, Alessando Mendini, Fujiwo Ishimoto, Hans Hollein, Josef Hoffmann, William Morris, Frank D. Gehry, Robert A.M. Stern, Eileen Gray, Michael Graves, Michele De Lucchi, Joe Colombo, Achille Castiglioni, Mario Bellini, Gae Aulenti, Hans Ansems, Ron Arad, Emilio Ambasz, Alver Aalto, Daniel Weil, Marco Zanini, to name but a few!

* Condition: Very Good (a clean, tight copy with general light wear to protective dust jacket) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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