Walter Dorwin Teague | Walter Dorwin Teague (December 18, 1883 - December 5, 1960) was an American industrial designer, architect, illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and entrepreneur. Often referred to as the "Dean of Industrial Design", Teague pioneered in the establishment of industrial design as a profession in the US.
Shiro Kuramata is one of Japan's most important designers of the century. Kuramata was mainly known for his use of industrial materials such as wire steel mesh and lucite to create architectural interiors and furniture.
Charles and Ray Eames are among the most important American designers of the century. The Eameses are best known for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design, industrial design and manufacturing, and the photographic arts.
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Joseph-André Motte, architecte d'intérieur et maître du design
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Jerszy Seymour. Designer. Born in Berlin in 1968, he grew up in the multicultural concrete landscape of London as an integral part of the 80's street scene creating club flyers and as a dj playing hip hop, electro, dub and ska in the underground club scene. In 1991 he was given a scholarship to the Royal College of Art where he developed his interest in design and sculpture...