Design, l'anthologie

Design, l'anthologie is the first anthology dedicated to design history and theory in French. 
Curated by Alexandra Midal, over half of the texts running from 1841 until 2007 have never been translated nor published in French before. The book aims to raise awareness into what issues surround design and what typology it might fit into. It includes 94 texts by renowned designers such as William Morris, Adolf Loos, Le Corbusier, Andréa Branzi, Hal Foster and many others. 

In collaboration with Rob van Leijsen, commissioned by Alexandra Midal and Head – Genève

Design, l'anthologie is published by Cité du Design, École supérieure d'art et design Saint-Étienne and Head – Genève.

195x260 mm | 544 pages | 1.200 Copies | Offset printed on Munken Print White 18 - 80 grams | Typeset in Benton Modern.

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Photos: ©Rob van Leijsen, Head – Genève