Austrian Applied Arts -Osterreichische Kunstgewerbe - Les Arts Decoratifs Autrichiens; Hoffman, Josef; Hainisch, Michael; Roller, Alfred; Heinz & Comp; 1930; 359 pages with 10 colour plates and photographs. 12.5 x18.5 cm. Rare book on Austrian applied arts published in 1930.
Discusses the Design Schools in Vienna and illustrates various categories of applied art; furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, textiles, bookbinding, graphics. 359 pages profusely illustrated with front cover designed by Josef Hoffmann.
Designers included are a lot of Josef Hoffmann and the Weiner Werkstatte, Dagobert Peche, Otto Pruschner, Gudrun Baudisch, Vally Wieselthier, Gudrun Baudisch, Susi Singer, Michael Powolny, Alfred Soulek, Alfred Soulek, karl Hagenauer, Josef Franck. Also 3 photographs of the early works of Lucie Rie. Condition: poor spine missing front board almost off. Inscription on first page and residue from book plate?Desthetica is a portmanteau of design and aesthetics and the stock consists of design reference works. From all over the world with an emphasis on Scandinavian and Italian 20th century design and English interwar and post-war Design. Their primary use is the attribution of objects to designers and manufacturers. Between us we have a B. In the History of Art, Design and Film, an M. In Design History from the R. The item "Rare book Austrian Applied Arts Kunstgewerbe Josef Hoffmann Weiner Werkstatte" is in sale since Sunday, May 26, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Chairs\20th Century". The seller is "desthetica" and is located in Brighton. This item can be shipped worldwide.