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Raymond Loewy is the Man | SuperRadNow

Raymond Loewy is the Man

Pencil Sharpener by Raymond Lowey This is a great example of streamline industrial design.

Raymond Loewy 1934 streamlined iconic pencil sharpener

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Raymond Loewy 1934 streamlined iconic pencil sharpener

Powerhouse Electric Pencil Sharpener

X-Acto 1799 Heavy-Duty Commercial Grade Electric Pencil Sharpener Black NEW

Hotel Andaz_Observatory- Marcel Wanders

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Hotel - A Hyatt Hotel. Dutch designer Marcel Wanders transformed this former public library into a deluxe hotel.

Beautiful function – Raymond Loewy #GISSLER #interiordesign

By the late Loewy employed over 140 people and ran a giant design firm executing designs for major clients across the country.

Art Deco Paint Compressor...

I don't even know what it is (what kind of paint compressor? Machine Age / Art Deco Paint Compressor - Home Model Engine Machinist

Tivoli Audio - might be an outrageous price for a radio, but they're just so darn sleek I might have to do it anyway.

yellow radio, my teen room was yellow and orange, white modern furniture with…

Taille-crayon écureuil / pencil sharpener "Last log"- Bird on the wire www.

Réchaud pour Théière - Menu

Glass Teapot with Tea Egg by Menu Design (shown with additional warmer) I collect tea pots and this one just went on my wishlist. A gorgeous looking design.

Iberian patterns, inspired by symmetrical and graphic decoration of Southern Spain's Moorish past, are Loewe classics.

Love the linear detail inside the pattern. Iberian patterns, inspired by symmetrical and graphic decoration of Southern Spain's Moorish past, are Loewe classics.

Raymond Loewy envisions the future of transportation | Hemmings Daily

Raymond Loewy envisions the future of transportation

Coiffeuse Raymond Loewy - mirror hidden in what looks like a drawer, ingenious and convenient

Coiffeuse Raymond Loewy - mirror hidden in what looks like a drawer, ingenious and convenient

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Locomotive, for Pennsylvania Railroad. The industrial designer Raymond Lowey poses in front of his creation.

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