Jean Prouve: Prouve en Venezia
Very rare Jean Prouve book published on the occasion of the Biennale of Venice which took place in the year 2000.
This beautifully illustrated Jean Prouve book documents his furniture, architectural works with maps, drawings, prototypes and more.
Another asset are the illustrations of his own interior and home, the Pavillion he designed for the 1951 expo for "Les Arts Menagers" in France, a biography and a bibliography.
Detailed information about architecural and furniture project. Many pictures and real life settings in Venice Italy. 128 pages, profusely illustrated with full color pictures, soft cover, written in Italian/English.
Jean Prouve (1901-1984): French Industrial- and Furniture Designer and Architect. Jean Prouve is one of the most influential furniture designers of the early modern design movement, Jean Prouve introduced the machine age and industrial engineered modern design aesthetic to interiors in the steel, aluminum and architecture he created. He then continued her experiments with different materials.
Jean Prouve was both engineer and modern designer. Jean Prouve was once quoted saying: never design anything that cannot be made.
La Biennale di Venezia
Author: La Biennale di Venezia
Publication Date: 2000
Language: Italian and English
Illustrations: illustrated with full color images
Size: 9.5 inch x 11.5 inch
Condition: New, very minor shelf wear
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