OLIVIER GAGNÈRE - Michèle Champeois

Contemporary design is inconceivable without reference to the French designer Olivier Gagnère, a man who broke away from the conventions of geometry in order to create all kinds of objects. Interested in manual work with glass, having created pieces that will remain modern, he has also tried out other disciplines such as furniture, where he has been just as successful. A collaborator of Ettore Sottsass, from the Memphis Group, he has worked with several brands and that rebellious hallmark has been present in all his of his pieces.

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MODERN LIVING,how to decorate with style - Claire Bingham

Who has never thought at some point that their house could do with a change? In this book, the specialist Claire Bingham shows you how and where to start. These are guidelines to help you create a new ambience without spending a fortune.

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THE NEW AGE OF CERAMICS - Hannah Stouffer

 This book is a showcase for the most important names in the new wave of ceramics -more than 40 figures-, their working processes and a selected gallery of projects. You will not cease to be surprised by how many of them have developed, as they explain their origins and analyse their current production phase.

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MAGICAL WORLD - Ken Fulks

A benchmark of the overburdened aesthetic of true San Franciscan style, Ken Fulks presents some of his best-known works through more than 200 images. Impressive settings, unique interiors and different options for enjoy the richest form of opulence.

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