9781581153101

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN READER PA

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    9781581153101

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    1581153104

  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 10/17/2003
  • Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Summary

With input from a diverse range of industry experts/designers, theorists, critics, historians, and curators, this anthology is the first to focus exclusively on the history of industrial design. This pioneering guide traces the entire history of industrial design, industrialization, and mass production from 1850 until today. Sixty comprehensive essays written by designers, theorists, advertisers, historians, and curators detail the most crucial movements, issues, and accomplishments of industrial design. They combine news reports on the very first design workshops, aesthetic manifestos, lectures, and more from the biggest names in the field: William Morris, Henry Dreyfuss, and Victor Papanek, to name only a few.The Industrial Design Readeris an excellent resource for educators, students, and practicing designers. Features design from not only theoretical and aesthetic perspectives, but also from a socio-political point of view, with texts from Karl Marx, Ralph Nader, and others Copublished with the Design Management Institute, which will actively promote the book to its membership

Author Biography

Carma Gorman teaches industrial design at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and has been published in numerous industry periodicals.

Table of Contents

Foreword vi
Preface vii
Acknowledgments ix
Editor's Note xi
1851-1875
1852: Henry Cole, "On the International Results of the Exhibition of 1851"
3(8)
1852: Horatio Greenough, "The Law of Adaptation"
11(3)
1853: John Ruskin, "The Nature of Gothic"
14(5)
1856: Owen Jones, Grammar of Ornament
19(3)
1867: Karl Marx, "The Capitalist Character of Manufacture"
22(3)
1868: Charles Eastlake, Hints on Household Taste
25(3)
1873: Christopher Dresser, Principles of Decorative Design
28(7)
1876-1900
1877: William Morris, "The Lesser Arts"
35(5)
1882: Lewis Foreman Day, "To Ladies and Amateurs"
40(4)
1893: Candace Wheeler, "Decorative and Applied Art"
44(3)
1897: Henry van de Velde, "A Chapter on the Design and Construction of Modern Furniture"
47(2)
1899: Thorstein Veblen, "Pecuniary Canons of Taste"
49(6)
1901-1925
1901: Frank Lloyd Wright, "The Art and Craft of the Machine"
55(6)
1905: Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser, "The Work-Program of the Wiener Werkstätte"
61(3)
1908: C.R. Ashbee, Craftsmanship in Competitive Industry
64(6)
1909: Filippo Tommaso Marinetri, "The Foundation and Manifesto of Futurism"
70(4)
1910: Adolf Loos, "Ornament and Crime"
74(8)
1911: Hermann Muthesius, "Aims of the Werkbund"
82(2)
1911: Frederick Winslow Taylor, The Principles of Scientific Management
84(4)
1914: Hermann Muthesius and Henry van de Velde, Statements from the Werkbund Conference of 1914
88(4)
1919: Christine Frederick, "The Labor-Saving Kitchen"
92(5)
1919: Walter Gropius, "Program of the Staatliche Bauhaus in Weimar"
97(4)
1922: Theo van Doesburg, "The Will to Style"
101(3)
1922: Alexander Rodchenko and Varvara Stepanova, "Program of the First Working Group of Constructivists"
104(2)
1923: Le Corbusier, "Eyes Which Do Not See: Automobiles"
106(7)
1925: Helen Appleton Read, "The Exposition in Paris"
113(8)
1926-1950
1928: Henry Ford, "Machinery, The New Messiah"
121(2)
1930: Fortune, "Color in Industry"
123(2)
1930: Sigmund Freud, Civilization and Its Discontents
125(4)
1932: Earnest Elmo Calkins, "What Consumer Engineering Really Is"
129(3)
1934: Alfred H. Barr, Jr. and Philip Johnson, Machine Art
132(3)
1934: Norman Bel Geddes, "Streamlining"
135(2)
1935: Marcy Babbitt, "As a Woman Sees Design: An Interview with Belle Kogan"
137(3)
1936: Fortune, "What Man Has Joined Together ..."
140(2)
1940: Harold Van Doren, "The Designer's Place in Industry"
142(2)
1941: Eliot Noyes, Organic Design in Home Furnishings
144(2)
1950: Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., What is Modern Design?
146(9)
1951-1975
1951: Raymond Loewy, "The MAYA Stage"
155(4)
1953: Dwight D. Eisenhower, "Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy"
159(3)
1955: Henry Dreyfuss, "Joe and Josephine"
162(7)
1958: Program of the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Ulm
169(3)
1959: Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev, "The Kitchen Debate"
172(3)
1963: Ann Ferebee, "Is Industrial Design Color Blind?"
175(2)
1964: Edward Carpenter, "Statement: The Designing Women"
177(4)
1965: Ralph Nader, Unsafe at Any Speed
181(3)
1966: Robert Venturi, Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture
184(2)
1969: R. Buckminster Fuller, Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth
186(2)
1971: Victor Papanek, Design for the Real World
188(3)
1973: Richard Nixon, "Address to the Nation About Policies To Deal With the Energy Shortages"
191(8)
1976-2000
1976: Alexander Kira, "Historical Aspects of Personal Hygiene Facilities"
199(2)
1984: Klaus Krippendorff and Reinharr Butter, "Product Semantics: Exploring the Symbolic Qualities of Form"
201(3)
1984: Barbara Radice, "Memphis and Fashion"
204(4)
1984: Dieter Rams, "Omit the Unimportant"
208(3)
1985: The Japan Management Association, "Just-In-Time at Toyota"
211(3)
1988: C. Thomas Mitchell, "The Product As Illusion"
214(1)
1990: Americans With Disabilities Act (U.S. Public Law 101-336)
215(2)
1991: Kenichi Ohmae, "Global Products"
217(3)
1992: David H. Rice, "What Color Is Design?"
220(3)
1996: Charles Jencks, "The Post-Modern Information World an the Rise of the Cognitariat"
223(4)
1998: Kenji Ekuan, "Japanese Aesthetics"
227(2)
1999: Hartmut Enslinger, "Frog Stands For ..."
229(1)
1999: Donald Norman, "Time for a Change: Design in the Post-Disciplinary Era"
230(3)
Index 233

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