New Artisans: Handmade Designs for Contemporary Living
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New Artisans: Handmade Designs for Contemporary Living

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This book captures the new mood a return to a preference for the unique and the handmade. Design expert and acclaimed blogger Olivier Dupon has sourced the cream of the contemporary design world from all over Europe, Australia and the United States, profiling 75 artisans who use craft techniques, rather than mass-production methods, to create stylish, whimsical, covetable objects. Hundreds of colour photographs feature a huge variety of crafts, including art, ceramics, furniture, glasswork, jewelry, lighting, metalwork, papercraft, textiles and woodwork. Complete with a directory of products, and Dupon's personal recommendations for inspiring shops and websites to visit, this is the perfect resource for discovering unique and beautiful objects made by new, talented artisans from all around the world.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 202 x 256 x 36mm | 1,401.59g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0500515859
  • 9780500515853
  • 28,267

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Featured in "Our Finds" ...a fine pick for those who have developed a romance with the ways of human craftsmanship. Featured in Our Finds " . . . a fine pick for those who have developed a romance with the ways of human craftsmanship. Readers interested in the latest home design trends and alternative fashion will be inspired as they browse through this picture perfect book. A must have book. A beautiful, simple celebration of the handmade and the one of a kind.
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