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Adrian Forty’s Objects of Desire provides a retrospective insight into design and its impact on society. The author uses a variety of fascinating examples to show that the way things look can’t be deemed simply a result of a designer’s creative effort—design encompasses all kinds of complex social processes and is inseparably linked to the economics of manufacturing and, at times, even politics.
The book is a great read for everyone, though it is primarily aimed at designers and those involved in the design industry.
Dimensions 144 × 216 mm (5,7″ × 8,5″)
Press run: 3000
Weight: 720 g
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