Место издания: Germany
Год издания: 2004 г.
Объем: 136 стр.
Тип переплета: мягкий
Формат издания: 190х240 мм.
Иллюстрации: цветн., ч/б иллюстр.
Состояние книги: новая
Наличие: под заказ
Henry Clemens van de Velde (designer; Belgian; Male; 1863 — 1957)
Van de Velde trained as a painter in Antwerp before turning to design in 1892. He designed rooms and furniture in Paris for both Bing’s Maison de l’Art Nouveau in 1895 and for Meier-Graefe’s La Maison Moderne in 1898, founding in that year his own decorating firm near Brussels. Having received commissions from German clients since 1897, he settled in Berlin in 1900, and went on to design in other fields such as silver and ceramics. After his move to Weimar in 1902, he became artistic adviser to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar and then professor of the new school of applied arts.
Дизайнер. Мебель. Интерьер. Керамика. Серебро