Jean Prouve, 1901–1984: The Dynamics of Creation
Книга временно перемещена в раздел “Книжные подборки друзей Музея ‘Гараж’” (стеллаж №42).
French‑born Jean Prouve (1901–1984) was the 20th century’s leading construction designer, a self‑declared “constructeur” and member of the jury who oversaw the design of the Centre Pompidou in Paris. As a designer, he captured the midcentury spirit of innovation, expansion, and growth, developing techniques that united simple, striking aesthetics with practical, cost‑effective materials and assembly. From vast, temporary exhibition marquees to handheld letter openers, modular building systems to interior lighting, Prouve’s designs efficiently fitted their function with minimal fuss and understated elegance. Feted by designers, architects, and engineers the world over, Prouve has left a rich and inspirational legacy, which resonates perfectly with the approach of this compact volume, neatly summarizing his life and works.
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