Beat Frank - Using Sculptures in Life
|P. De Martin; A. Vladimir Heiz; B. Loderer e.a.
When it comes to developing objects, designer Beat Frank finds comfort in those instances where something can emerge in which all the parts create a rhythm through organic connections, in tune with themselves, like a tree and the way it has grown. Following on his belief that humans are a part of nature, Frank investigates the possibility of viewing furniture as sculptures. Through numerous examples of built objects, striking forms, and innovative techniques, this book on Frank’s work offers new insight into how these sculptural utilitarian assemblages find application in everyday life.
|208 p, ills colour & bw, 18 x 27 cm, pb, German/English