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From architecture to fashion, California Design, 1930-1965 has influenced the material culture of the U.S. at large. This generously illustrated book is the first comprehensive examination of California’s Mid-Century modern design. It begins by tracing the origins of a distinctively California modernism in the 1930s by such European émigrés as Richard Neutra, Rudolph Schindler, and Kem Weber.
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Hardcover. 360 pages. 250 color photos. 100 color illustrations.
The MIT Press
W 9.50” H 12”
The MIT Press
Officially formed in 1962, but with roots stretching back to 1926, The MIT Press is the only science and tech-based university publisher in the U.S. Although its breadth is wide, The MIT Press mainly explores new modes of inquiry on the edges and frontiers of the world. Its goal is to create books and journals that are challenging, creative, and attractive to readers.
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