The Herman Miller Collection

Hundreds of photos with an introduction by super-designer George Nelson, this exact reprint of the profusely illustrated 1955/56 Herman Miller Collection provides information on construction, materials, colors, finishes, designer ...

Author: Herman Miller, Inc

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780764304408

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 168

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Furniture and accessories of modern American designs made by Herman Miller company. Hundreds of photos with an introduction by super-designer George Nelson, this exact reprint of the profusely illustrated 1955/56 Herman Miller Collection provides information on construction, materials, colors, finishes, designer biographies, and an extensive original price list. Price Guide for the collectors.

Cincinnati Magazine

Inspired to purchase a Modern piece? In addition to the exhibit, the 20th Century Show and Sale hosts more than 50 vendors of Modern furnishings, art and fashion. —Mamie Hayutin The Herman Miller Collection, The 1955/1956 Catalog, ...

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

Alexander Girard Designs for Herman Miller

The Herman Miller Collection , The 1955/1956 Catalog Preface by Leslie Piña . This exact reprint of the profusely illustrated 1955/56 Herman Miller Collection will introduce classic modern furniture to anyone interested in ...

Author: Leslie A. Piña

Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited

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Category: Design

Page: 190

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Kovels Yellow Pages

The Herman Miller Collection : The 1955/1956 Catalog : Reprint of Herman Miller Furniture Co. catalog from 1955-56 ( Schiffer , Atglen , PA , 1998 ) . Heywood - Wakefield Modern Furniture Identification and Value Guide , Steve Rouland ...

Author: Ralph M. Kovel

Publisher: Random House Reference

ISBN: 9780609804179

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 296

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Lists a variety of services related to collectibles from autographs and porcelain to toys and wicker

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

9 Harper's Bible dictionary , by Madeleine S. Miller and J. Lane Miller in consultation with eminent authorities . ... Miller Stockman Supply Co .; 2May55 ; Al95177 . MILLER'S ELIZABETH CITY , N. C. , CITY DIRECTORY , 1955-1956 .

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress

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Category: Copyright

Page: 822

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Includes Part 1, Number 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (July - December)

The Greenwood Guide to American Popular Culture Almanacs through do it yourself

“ Net Returns Come Slowly for Catalog Firms . ” Computerworld 31 ( May 26 , 1997 ) , 12 . ... The Great American Catalog Store and How It Grew . N.p .: Stein and Day , 1977 . ... The Herman Miller Collection : The 1955/1956 Catalog .

Author: M. Thomas Inge

Publisher: Greenwood

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Category: Popular culture

Page: 576

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Contains fifty-eight articles that provide information about various forms, genres, or themes of popular culture, and includes illustrations, photo essays, a chronological survey of each topic's history, and a comprehensive index.

An Illustrated Guide to Furniture History

reinforced polyester with steel legs 12.3 DCW (Dining Chair Wood), Herman Miller Furniture Company, ca. ... shell reinforced with fiberglass, and an upholstered seat cushion 12.11 Coffee Table, Pedestal Group Collection (19551956), ...

Author: Joclyn M. Oats

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000406105

Category: Architecture

Page: 386

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An Illustrated Guide to Furniture History provides upper-level students and instructors with an alternative visual analytical approach to learning about furniture history from Antiquity to Postmodernism. Following an immersive teaching model, it presents a Nine-Step Methodology to help students strengthen their visual literacy and quickly acquire subject area knowledge. Moving chronologically through key periods in furniture history and interior design, such as the Renaissance, the Arts and Crafts Movement, and Modernism, it traverses Europe to America to present a comprehensive foundational guide to the history of furniture design. Part I addresses furniture within the context of the built environment, with chapters exploring the historical perspective, construction principles, and the categorization of furniture. In Part II, the author visually depicts the structural organization of the methodological process, a three-category framework: History, Aesthetics, and Visual Notes. The chapters in this part prepare the reader for the visual analysis that will occur in the final section of the book. The book is lavishly illustrated in full color with over 300 images to reinforce visual learning and notation. A must-have reference and study guide for students in industrial and product design, interior design, and architecture.

Serious Play

In the introduction to the 1948 catalog for his first collection for furniture manufacturer Herman Miller, ... 2), Coconut chair (1955), and Bubble lamp (1952), the line of timepieces designed for the Howard Miller Clock Company ...

Author: Monica Obniski

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300234228

Category: Art

Page: 244

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A lively exploration of eclecticism, playfulness, and whimsy in American postwar design, including architecture, graphic design, and product design This spirited volume shows how postwar designers embraced whimsy and eclecticism in their work, exploring playfulness as an essential construct of modernity. Following World War II, Americans began accumulating more and more goods, spurring a transformation in the field of interior decoration. Storage walls became ubiquitous, often serving as a home's centerpiece. Designers such as Alexander Girard encouraged homeowners to populate their new shelving units with folk art, as well as unconventional and modern objects, to produce innovative and unexpected juxtapositions within modern architectural settings. Playfulness can be seen in the colorful, child-sized furniture by Charles and Ray Eames, who also produced toys. And in the postwar corporate world, the concept of play is manifested in the influential advertising work of Paul Rand. Set against the backdrop of a society that was experiencing rapid change and high anxiety, Serious Play takes a revelatory look at how many of the country's leading designers connected with their audience through wit and imagination.

Shaping the American Interior

Examples of contemporaneous accounts are: William H. Whyte, The Organization Man (1956; repr. ... Herman Miller charged a reasonably hefty fee for its product catalogues ($3 for the 1948 catalogue; $5 for the 1955 edition).

Author: Paula Lupkin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1315520729

Category: Architecture

Page: 212

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Bringing together 12 original essays, Shaping the American Interior maps out, for the first time, the development and definition of the field of interiors in the United States in the period from 1870 until 1960. Its interdisciplinary approach encompasses a broad range of people, contexts, and practices, revealing the design of the interior as a collaborative modern enterprise comprising art, design, manufacture, commerce, and identity construction. Rooted in the expansion of mass production and consumption in the last years of the nineteenth century, new and diverse structures came to define the field and provide formal and informal contexts for design work. Intertwined with, but distinct from, architecture and merchandising, interiors encompassed a diffuse range of individuals, institutions, and organizations engaged in the definition of identity, the development of expertise, and the promotion of consumption. This volume investigates the fluid pre-history of the American profession of interior design, charting attempts to commoditize taste, shape modern conceptions of gender and professionalism, define expertise and authority through principles and standards, marry art with industry and commerce, and shape mass culture in the United States.

Furniture 2000

New York : Reinhold , 1952 & 1956 . Herman Miller Furniture Co. The Herman Miller Collection : 1952 Catalog . Reprinted , New York : Acanthus , 1995 . The Herman Miller Collection : 1955/56 Catalog . Reprinted , Atglen , Pennsylvania ...

Author: Leslie A. Piña

Publisher: Schiffer Book for Collectors

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Category: House & Home

Page: 230

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Many classic furniture designs of the 20th century are still in production and available to the public. This volume, with 600 color photographs and detailed captions presenting a sampling of the best furniture available, is both a history of modern design and an international shopping catalog. Indexes of 250 designers and manufacturers and a list of sources enable readers to locate each item for purchase and additional information.