Spanning more than half a century, Kenneth Grange’s career began in 1947 with his compulsory National Service as a technical illustrator with the Royal Engineers. Establishing a private practice in 1956, initially as an interior and architectural designer, Grange eventually became known for his work in product design. Working with a range of high-profile clients, Grange has since designed products as varied as the Anglepoise lamp, the black cab, and high-speed inner city trains—all of which are depicted over the pages of Kenneth Grange: Making Britain Modern.
Paperback. 192 pages. Edited by Gemma Curtin, Fiona MacCarthy, and Deyan Sudjic.