G Plan Revolution, the: a Celebration of British Popular Furniture of the 1950s and 1960s

G Plan Revolution, the: a Celebration of British Popular Furniture of the 1950s and 1960s

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This publication will be a historical account of the development of furniture in the fifties and particularly the sixties. However, the emphasis will be on an interesting and entertaining read for the popular market, rather than an academic textbook. The publication will also be a good guide for the collector. The G0Plan Revolution is a colourful, hardback, packed with period advertisements. It will have instant appeal to anyone who remembers G-Plan in its heyday, or those who have an interest in collecting furniture from the sixties or a nostalgia for the era.
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  • Hardback | 168 pages
  • 246 x 338 x 22mm | 879.96g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1861543107
  • 9781861543103
  • 380,805

About Steven Braggs

Basil Hyman is the third generation of a family who have been in the furniture business since the twenties. In the sixties, he was the Managing Director and Chairman of Limelight Furniture and the Chief Executive of Beautility, Alpha Furniture and Blue Gate Kitchens. Steven Braggs, has been a keen collector of sixties furniture for over ten years and has spoken on BBC Radio about the history of the British seaside holiday. He is also creator of www.retrowow.co.uk, an online resource center about the fifties, sixties and seventies.
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