Jean Prouve: l'Idee Constructive
Jean Prouve: L'idee Constructive (9782040106560) by Clayssen, Dominique. Very rare out-of-print French monograph by Dominique Clayssen for Dunod.
This Jean Prouve book documents his furniture, architectural works with blueprints, drawings, prototypes and more.
Another asset are the pictures of his own interior & home, the Pavillion he designed for the 1951 expo for "Les Arts Menagers" in France, a biography and a bibliography.
189 pages in all, 175+ black and white images (none in color), text in French only (no 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.
Author: Dominique Clayssen
Publication Date: 1983
Language: French (no English)
Illustrations: illustrated with 175 black & white images
Size: 8.2 inch x 7.7 inch
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