Antiques of The Future by Lisa Roberts with a foreword by Michael Graves hardback with removable transparent sleeve published by Stewart, Tabori & Chang 2006.
Early in the 1980s, some of the world's most famous architects and industrial designers began to design a wide variety of everyday objects for the home. From tea kettles and toasters to desk lamps and dustpans, these highly designed, often whimsical products blurred the lines between form, function, and fun. Lisa Roberts, an architect and home furnishings designer, became so enamored of these objects that she set out to collect her favorites, amassing more than 300 exemplary pieces over the past 25 years.
Fully illustrated with fun photos and product information. Blue sleeve has small split at edge shows minor shelf wear otherwise.
9.75" x 9.75". 192 pages.
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