Jerszy Seymour, Design as Industry: Modernism at the International Design Symposium



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Take a better look at the wall
Go to Jerszy's site and study the wall.

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The pdf is free to download from Jerszy's site.

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Henry David Thoreau
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Where did the word "Utopia" come from?
From the article: "Utopia is a name for an ideal community or society, taken from the title of a book written in 1516 by Sir Thomas More describing a fictional island in the Atlantic Ocean, possessing a seemingly perfect socio-politico-legal system."

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Dr Strangelove
He'll see the big board!

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German designer Jerszy Seymour’s work ranges from furniture and glass to installations and product design. His clients include Covo, Hermes, Swatch, and Vitra. He received the Dedalus Award for European Design in 2000, and the Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art in 2003. Seymour discusses his next exhibition, design team and design workshop at the European Design Symposium hosted by the IMA.

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