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Furniture design

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:

Furniture sketches on yellow paper: Footings

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Identifier: 202101_02_19_03

Furniture sketches on yellow paper: Tables

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Identifier: 202101_02_19_02

Furniture sketches: Table with bottle and glass

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Identifier: 202101_03_27_03

Furniture sketches: Triangular chair

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Identifier: 202101_03_27_04

Jack M. Goldman Collection of Eero Saarinen and Associates Material

Identifier: 1995-46
Abstract Jack M. Goldman came to Detroit in 1951 to work on the GM Tech Center project. From 1955-1958, Goldman worked for Eero Saarinen and Associates, except for a six month period in 1957 when he received the Francis J. Plym Fellowship to travel abroad and study European architecture. Goldman later was a principal in Fields, Goldman and Magee Architects in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. This collection contains news articles about various projects, program information and correspondence on the London...
Dates: 1953 - 1991

Olav Hammarstrom Papers

Identifier: 1995-19
Abstract Olav Hammarstrom, architect and furniture designer, was born July 16, 1906, in Heinola, Finland. He received degrees from the University of Technology and the Athenaeum in Helsinki and worked for several leading architectural firms in Finland. He managed the firm of Alvar Aalto while Aalto was in the U.S. and, after joining him to work on the Baker House dormitory at M.I.T. in 1948, he decided to stay in the U.S. and married fellow Finn Marianne Strengell, head of the weaving department at...
Dates: 1930 - 1956

Injection Molded Hanging Clothing Storage

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Identifier: 202101_08_03_03
Dates: Digitized: 202101_08_03_03

Instant Study or Office Capsule for the Home

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Identifier: 202101_08_05_01

Isaacs in Sunglasses Sit on Green Superbed on Today Show set

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Identifier: 202101_70_13__02_04

Kenneth Dale Isaacs Papers

Identifier: 2021-01
Abstract A graduate and former head of the Design Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art in the 1950s, Ken Isaacs was an American designer, author and educator best known for his portable, customizable Living Structures and Microhouses. He claimed his design philosophy was influenced more by anthropologists than by architects. Moving from place to place and working with commonly available building materials were experiences in Isaacs’ own childhood and capabilities that he prioritized in his designs....
Dates: 1900 - 2018; Majority of material found within 1945 - 2016