Learn more about new and exciting materials on the market now with these new fabulous books by Andrew Dent, ready to be delivered on June 04, 2014. You just cannot miss it if you are a product designer, industrial designer, interior designer, Architect or just for the love of it! Hang on to your copy through INmatteria.
A first title in the ambitious new series that identifies and examines the innovative materials that are transforming art, design, and technology practice.
Materials technology is the single most important agent of change in our entire designed landscape, from the buildings in which we live and work to the clothes we wear. This volume on architecture features carefully selected buildings that showcase the innovative use of a particular material. The book focuses on specific categories of materials and features an extensive range of projects, from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision to the Ordos Art and City Museum in Mongolia. The materials employed in each project are cross referenced to an extensive illustrated directory featured in the book, and the texts are authoritative yet accessible. Clearly structured and illustrated with carefully selected images throughout, this book will connect material to reader and will inspire both students and professionals to pursue the optimal material for each specific application. 419 illustrations, 415 in color.
Dr. Andrew Dent is current Vice-President of Material Connexion with a duty on library and materials research for the constant expansion of Material Connexion’s technical database. Dr. Dent holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge, England and is an expert on sustainable materials aiding a new list of sustainable products with various clients such as Whirlpool, Addidas, BMW, Proctor & Gamble, and many others. These new books, promise to cover the interesting world of materials in areas of Architecture and Product Design.
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