Max Huber by Giampiero Bosoni
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Max Huber
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Max Huber

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Max Huber by Giampiero Bosoni

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The first complete monograph on the work of Swiss graphic designer Max Huber (1919-92), planned to coincide with the opening of the m.a.x.Museo in November 2005 in Chiasso, Switzerland. Three essays will cover the career of one of the most significant designers of the twentieth century who managed to bring avant-garde aesthetics to a corporate and commercial environment. Illustrated with a wealth of archival material from the Max Huber.Kono Foundation, this book will be treasured by design enthusiasts and collectors alike.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780714845470
ISBN-10: 0714845477
Format: Hardback
(290mm x 250mm x 31mm)
Pages: 240
Imprint: Phaidon Press Ltd
Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Giampiero Bosoni

Stanislaus von Moos is Professor of Art History at Zurich University and an expert on European modern architecture and design. Editor of the magazine archithese, he has also written books on Le Corbusier, Venturi and Rauch, and the Esprit Nouveau. Mara Campana trained as an architect. She is a lecturer on design and architecture and regularly publishes in specialized journals. She has curated many exhibitions on designers and different aspects of the history of design. Giampiero Bosoni lectures on the history of design at Milan Polytechnic. He has written books on interior design between 1945-2001, contemporary domestic landscapes and on the work of Jean Nouvel.

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