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FURNITURE STUDIO 2: TRADITION IN CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE

FURNITURE STUDIO 2: TRADITION IN CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE
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Through beautiful photography and studious essays this second volume in the Furniture Studio series explores the evolution of traditional furniture in contemporary work. We know the elements of traditional furniture design, shell motifs, the pineapple or rice carved bed, or even cabriole legs; but what about the range of meaning in today's contemporary studio furniture? An where is contemporary furniture headed as an artistic endeavor? Included are essays by Jere Osgood, Kathran Siegel, Scott Landis, Glenn Adamson, and others.

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