John Neuhart
Marilyn Neuhart
Ray Eames
Abrams, New York, 1989, English
Nonfiction, Product/Industrial Design
ISBN: 9780810908796

From the Publisher. Eames Design is the definitive study of the work of the extraordinarily prolific husband-and-wife team whose creative imprint revolutionized the look of postwar American society. Now back in print, this groundbreaking book remains the most complete catalog of their studio ever produced, examining in considerable depth every project--more than 200 in all--produced by the Eameses and their office of topflight designers from 1941 to 1978.

On 4 book lists
Mels Crouwel
Beautiful overview of these all-rounders.
David Piscuskas

This book illustrates the Eameses’ great virtuosity, pragmatic inventiveness, and pure joy of design.

Juergen Riehm

Extraordinary book that covers the Eameses’ work from the 1940s all the way through the 1970s.

Christian Wassmann

Like a catalogue raisonné this book presents all the projects by one of the most fruitful husband-and-wife collaborations. Together with the members of their office they developed original ideas into innovative lasting design objects, playful films, and ephemeral exhibitions about art, science, history and technology. With the year-by-year chronological order of this book one can understand how each project led to the next. Unlike in other monographs, at the beginning of the section for each year, all team members are listed.

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