I witnessed a lecture in Philadelphia by this gifted speaker.
Cellini shows that even a goldsmith can be a great architect.
Papanek came into my life when design became important to me in the early 1970s.
Most treatments of Rietveld’s oeuvre split it in two: furniture and architecture. This book reads as one complete story where all the works come together.
Already at the beginning of my career, Calder fascinated me because of the freedom in his work—far from any convention.
Paul Greenhalgh is the first author to put the “New Jewelry Movement” on the timeline of art history.