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eBook Eames House ePub

by Marilyn Neuhart,John Neuhart

  • ISBN: 1854909053
  • Category: Architecture
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Marilyn Neuhart,John Neuhart
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Son Ltd (October 1, 1994)
  • ePub book: 1166 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1333 kb
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This book has been put together with almost the same attention to detail as a piece of Eames furniture! . The Story of Eames Furniture was written and designed by Marilyn Neuhart together with her husband John.

This book has been put together with almost the same attention to detail as a piece of Eames furniture! - -Jasper Morrison. The quality and quantity of records is extraordinary. -Bill Moggridge, Director of Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Both have worked with the Eames Office in various capacities from the 1950s until 1978, the year of Charles Eames s death.

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The Story of Eames Furniture was written and designed by Marilyn Neuhart together with her husband John Neuhart.

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Find nearly any book by Marilyn Neuhart. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Ray Eames, John Neuhart, Marilyn Neuhart. ISBN 9780500235645 (978-0-500-23564-5) Hardcover, Thames and Hudson Ltd, 1989. Eames House: ISBN 9781854909053 (978-1-854905-3) Hardcover, John Wiley & Son Ltd, 1994. The Story of Eames Furniture. by Marilyn Neuhart, John Neuhart. ISBN 9783899552300 (978-3-89955-230-0) Hardcover, Gestalten, 2015.

Neuhart, Marilyn, Neuhart, John and Eames, Ray. Eames Design: The Work of the Office of Charles and Ray Eames. Abrahms, New York 1989. Breuer, Gerda, Meer, Julia (ed): Women in Graphic Design, p. 152–163 and 437.

Marilyn Neuhart was born in Long Beach, California. She attended the Long Beach City College and the University of California, Los Angeles, later teaching design at UCLA. In the summer of 1957, Marilyn married John Neuhart, a graphic designer

Marilyn Neuhart was born in Long Beach, California. In the summer of 1957, Marilyn married John Neuhart, a graphic designer. That same year John was hired to be a freelance designer in the Eames office, and the couple founded their printing company, The Hand Press. While John was working as a freelancer for the Eames, Marilyn began sewing dolls, which were inspired by Medieval and Renaissance embroidery.

Charles and Ray Eames are probably the most influential and successful designers of this century. Their universal inventive genius has generated products which, despite their unconventionality, can be called "classical" and which had a unique impact on the field of design of their times. In particular, their chairs and couches enjoy enormous populartiy and are furthermore among the most comfortable and elegant furniture pieces imaginable. The same can be said of their famous house in California which can be seen as an early prototype of modern architecture. This house, which the designers built as both home and studio, clearly demonstrates that new structural and designing criteria were established and that few other houses have been so ahead of their time. The entire development in "high-tech" architecture is evinced in this unique structure which is presented and studied in this volume. The book unravels the history of the genesis of the house as well as the interwoven life-story of its residents. Today still, this house appears like an elusive utopia, a compendium of architectural ideas which have not lost any of their contemporaneity or topicality. In the transperency and lightness of this house, which is elegantly integrated in the landscape, one can see what real "intelligent architecture" should look like.