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Alessi: Italian Design Factory – Alessi products

Alessi: Italian Design Factory – Alessi products | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Alessi Italian Design Factory presents its catalogue, its designers and innovative design collections.
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Raymond Loewy | Industrial Designer | Sponsored by Loewy Design

Raymond Loewy | Industrial Designer | Sponsored by Loewy Design | Design Movements | Scoop.it
You are warmly familiar with the work. The first time you drank a bottle of Coca-Cola his bottle shape became ingrained in your memory. From the prestigious design work he completed on the John F. Kennedy's Air Force One to the design of the familiar Greyhound bus, Raymond Loewy's efforts showed no limitations. Raymond Loewy has long been regarded as the most famous of American Industrial Designers.
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Home page - Decopix - The Art Deco Architecture Site

Home page - Decopix - The Art Deco Architecture Site | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Welcome… Artists, designers, photographers, history buffs, urban explorers! Decopix, the Art Deco Architecture site is now a blog. Everything you expect from Decopix is still here–articles on the Art Deco era and extensive photo galleries. More information on Lawson clocks as well. Thanks for visiting – Randy   New this week: The Decopix Gift Guide. …
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh | Design Movements | Scoop.it
The Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society is the world's leading group supporting the legacy of artist, architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh
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Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House | Historic House Cumbria, Lake District

Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House | Historic House Cumbria, Lake District | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Located in the Lake District, south of Bowness, Cumbria with views over Lake Windermere, Blackwell is one of Britain’s finest Arts & Crafts historic houses.
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Modernism - Victoria and Albert Museum

Modernism - Victoria and Albert Museum | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Modernism in design and architecture emerged in the aftermath of the First World War and the Russian Revolution – a period when the artistic avant-garde dreamed of a new world free of conflict, greed and social inequality. It was not a style but a loose collection of ideas. Many different styles can be characterised as Modernist, but they shared certain underlying principles: a rejection of history and applied ornament; a preference for abstraction; and a belief that design and technology could transform society.
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Art Nouveau - Victoria and Albert Museum

Art Nouveau - Victoria and Albert Museum | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Art Nouveau was a movement in the visual arts popular from the early 1890s up to the First World War. It is viewed by some as the first self-conscious attempt to create a modern style. Its influence can be found in painting, sculpture, jewellery, metalwork, glass and ceramics.The drawings of Aubrey Beardsley, the architecture of Victor Horta and Paul Hankar and the poster designs of Alphonse Mucha are some of the most familiar examples of the Art Nouveau style.
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Products through the ages - slideshow

From bathing suits to bikinis, ear trumpets to implants: products through the ages is a photography project about the evolution of everyday objects from the 1900s to today
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Philippe Starck - Official website

Philippe Starck - Official website | Design Movements | Scoop.it
The official website of creator, designer and architect Philippe Starck
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The Official Site of Raymond Loewy

The Official Site of Raymond Loewy | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Raymond Loewy, The official site of the father of industrial design.
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Arts and Crafts Museum Cheltenham

Arts and Crafts Museum Cheltenham | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum has a nationally-important collection on the Arts & Crafts Movement in Britain, which includes furniture, pottery, silver and much more.
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Postmodernism - Victoria and Albert Museum

Postmodernism - Victoria and Albert Museum | Design Movements | Scoop.it
Postmodernism shattered established ideas about style and brought a radical freedom to art and design. At its height in the 1980s, postmodern designers such as the Memphis group, Alessi and Arad, contributed to the New Wave: a few thrilling years when image was everything.
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The Arts & Crafts Movement - Victoria and Albert Museum

The Arts & Crafts Movement - Victoria and Albert Museum | Design Movements | Scoop.it
The Arts and Crafts Movement was one of the most influential, profound and far-reaching design movements of modern times. It began in Britain around 1880 and quickly spread across America and Europe before emerging finally as the Mingei (Folk Crafts) movement in Japan.
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Art Deco - Victoria and Albert Museum

Art Deco - Victoria and Albert Museum | Design Movements | Scoop.it
The term Art Deco refers to a style that spanned the boom of the roaring 1920s and the bust of the Depression-ridden 1930s. It affected all forms of design, from the fine and decorative arts to fashion, film, photography, transport and product design. In 2003, the V&A hosted the major exhibition Art Deco: 1910-1939.
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