Author(s): HARRISON DAVID
Colour has an enormous impact on our connection with an object. This curated anthology of furniture, fabric, lights and decorative objects shows how colour has defined key designs over the last century. A Century of Colour in Design delivers an incisive, shortform history of the role that colour has played in product design and its increasing significance in the design process. Design writer David Harrison profiles key designers and their work with colour, including: Josef and Anni Albers, Alexander Girard, Verner Panton, Alessandro Mendini, Hella Jongerius, Doshi Levien (Nipa Doshi & Jonathan Levien), Scholten & Baijings (Stefan Scholten & Carole Baijings), Bethan Laura Wood and Australian top talent Adam Goodrum.