1st Edition Alexander Girard (Hardback)

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First edition, large format monograph on prolific mid-century polymath Alexander Girard, providing a comprehensive visual account of the designer as responsible as anyone for reintroducing color, pattern, and sheer delight into the postwar design vocabulary.
Hardcover, 672 pages, lavishly illustrated.
Edited by Todd Oldham, written by Kiera Coffee, and published by Ammo in 2011. Showcases Girard's work in disciplines including architecture, interiors, graphic design, typography, corporate identity, textiles, furniture, product design and exhibition design.
Features numerous previously unpublished designs and showcases major projects including the Miller House, Braniff Airlines, La Fonda del Sol restaurant, along with his work for both Knoll and Herman Miller.
Measuring 16.5 x 12.25 inches, this edition is by far larger than the second edition, and so more visually impactful.
Wrapped unused and in perfect condition.