Aluminum by Design
Carnegie Museum of Art


Title:  Aluminum by Design 

Author: Sarah Nichols; Includes essays by Paola Antonelli, Robert Friedel, Penny Sparke, Dennis P. Doordan, and Craig Vogel.

Publisher: Carnegie Museum of Art, © 2000.

Specs: 13" x 9.5 Softcover

Pages: 300 pages, 385 illustrations, including 290 in color

ISBN: ISBN 0-8109-6721-9  

Details: First Edition. This book accompanied a major traveling exhibition that showcases works in aluminum by some of the most visionary designers and architects, from chairs and tables to jewelry and entire buildings.

Notes from the archive: A study of the versatile material, Aluminum by Design provides a thorough history of the development and use of the metal in design with accompanying illustrations and photographs.

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