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Bibliography. The listing of books is of ancient origin. Lists of clay tablets have been
found at Nineveh and elsewhere; the library at Alexandria had subject lists of its books.
Modern bibliography began with the invention of printing and at first consisted of "trade"
bibliographies, i.e., lists of the publications of important publishing houses, comparable
to those in the present-day Publisher's Trade List Annual, British Books in Print, and
Books in Print. There have been efforts at universal bibilography: in 1545 at Zürich,
Konrad von Gesner published his Bibliotheca universalis; in 1895 the International
Institute of Bibliography was established at Brussels. There are national bibliographies,
such as the Library of Congress Catalog and the British Museum Catalogue; subject
bibliographies, such as Sabin's Dictionary of Books Relating to America; and lists of the
works of individual authors. Bibliographies of rare and old books include Book Prices
Current. The Cumulative Book Index is a monthly bibliography of books in the English
language that cumulates annually. The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature is
useful for British publications, and the Bibliographic Guide to the Study of the Literature
of the U.S.A., by C. L. Gohdes, for American works. The Bibliographical Index, which is
cumulative, and World Bibliography of Bibliographies are useful compilations. The term
bibliography is also used to describe books as physical objects and their production
history, and has been expanded to include nonprint media such as microfilm.

This is intended only as a brief introductory guide to background reading for design in
the period surveyed in this dictionary of design and is framed around books rather than
articles. It should not be seen as definitive but embraces books with a spectrum of
approaches, ranging from the art historical through to texts that embrace the social,
economic, political, technological, and other viewpoints important to our understanding
of design, its conception, production, and consumption. For the most part texts have been
selected for their relative accessibility and recent publication dates. Books devoted to
individual designers, firms, and consultancies have also been avoided for reasons of
space and the fact that references to a very large number of these are included in many of
the texts listed below. Although there has been an attempt to include references that
embrace a wide geographical and cultural spread the book-based literature that is
generally available unfortunately fails to cover the histories of design that obtain in many
parts of the globe.

The bibliography is organized around the following headings:

General Introductory Texts

Design Atlas

American Design
Asian and Far Eastern Design
Australasian Design
Austrian Design
British Design
Central and Eastern European Design
French Design
German Design
Irish Design
Italian Design
Netherlands and Belgian Design
Scandinavian Design
Spanish Design

Major Design Movements

Aesthetic Movement
Art Nouveau
Arts and Crafts

Other Design Topics

Corporate and Retail Design
Critical Voices
The Design Profession
Gender and Design
Green Design

General Introductory Texts

Albrecht, Donald, et al., Design Culture Now: National Design Triennial (New York:
Princeton Architectural Press, 2000).Aldersley-Williams, Hugh, World Design:
Nationalism and Globalism in Design (New York: Rizzoli, 1989).Allwood, John, The
Great Exhibitions (London: Studio Vista, 1977).Aynsley, Jeremy, A Century of Graphic
Design: Design Pioneers of the Twentieth Century (London: Mitchell Beazley,
2001).Bowe, Nicola Gordon, Art and the National Dream: The Search for Vernacular
Expression in Turn-of-the-Century Design (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1993).Bowlby,
Rachel, Carried Away: The Invention of Modern Shopping (London: Faber & Faber,
2000).Brett, David, On Decoration (Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 1992).Burkhardt, L.,
and Branzi, Andrea, Neues Europäisches Design (Berlin: Ernst & Sohn, 1991).Centre
Georges Pompidou, Les Années 50 (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1988).Chant,
Colin, Science, Technology and Everyday Life (Milton Keynes: Open University,
1989).Dorfles, Gillo (ed.), Kitsch: The World of Bad Taste (London: Studio Vista,
1969).Durant, Stuart, Ornament: A Survey of Decoration since 1830 (London:
Macdonald, 1986).Forty, Adrian, Objects of Desire: Design and Society 1750-1980
(London: Thames & Hudson, 1986).Giedion, Siegfried, Mechanisation Takes Command:
A Contribution towards Anonymous Design (New York: Norton, 1969).Hayward Gallery,
Art and Power: Europe under the Dictators 1930-1945 (London: Hayward Gallery,
1995).Heisinger, K., Design since 1945 (London: Thames & Hudson, 1983).Heller,
Stephen, and Balance, Georgette (eds.), Graphic Design History (New York: Allworth
Press, 2003).Heskett, John, Toothpicks & Logos: Design in Everyday Life (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 2002).——  Industrial Design (London: Thames & Hudson,
1980).Julier, Guy, The Culture of Design (London: Sage, 2000).Kaplan, Wendy (ed.),
Designing Modernity: The Arts of Reform and Persuasion 1885-1945 (London: Thames
& Hudson, 1995).Katz, Silvia, Plastics: Common Objects, Classic Designs (New York:
Abrams, 1984).Kirkham, Pat (ed.), The Gendered Object (Manchester: Manchester
University Press, 1996).Laurent, Stéphane, Chronologie du design (Paris: Flammarion,
1999).Manzini, Ezio, The Materials of Invention (Milan: Arcadia, 1986).Myers, Kathy,
Understains: The Sense of Seduction of Advertising (London: Commedia, 1986).Noblet,
Jocelyn de (ed.), Design: Reflections of a Century (Paris: Flammarion/APCI, 1993).Pile,
John, A History of Interior Design (New York: John Wiley, 2000).Rudoe, Judy,
Decorative Arts 1850-1950 (London: British Museum, 1991).Shaefer, Herwin, The Roots
of Modern Design: Functional Design in the Nineteenth Century (London: Studio Vista,
1970).Wilk, Christopher, Bentwood and Metal Furniture 1850-1946 (New York:
Abrams, 1982).Winston, Brian, Media, Technology and Society: A History from the
Telegraph to the Internet (London: Routledge, 1998).Woodham, Jonathan M., Twentieth
Century Design (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997).——  Twentieth Century
Ornament (London: Studio Vista, 1990).

Design Atlas

American Design Allen, James Sloan, The Romance of Commerce and Culture:
Capitalism, Modernism and the Chicago-Aspen Crusade for Cultural Reform (Chicago:
University of Chicago Press, 1983).Bachelor, Ray, Henry Ford, Mass Production,
Modernism & Design (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1994).Bel Geddes,
Norman, Horizons (1932; New York: Dover, 1977).Bush, Donald, The Streamlined
Decade (New York: Braziller, 1968).Clark, Robert Judson (ed.), The Arts and Crafts
Movement in America 1876-1916 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1972).——,  et
al., Design in America: The Cranbrook Vision 1925-1950 (New York: Harry Abrams,
1984).Clarke, Alison, Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America
(Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1999).Darling, Sharon, Chicago Furniture: Art,
Craft and Industry 1833-1933 (New York: Norton/Chicago Historical Society,
1984).Davies, Karen, At Home in Manhattan: Modern Decorative Arts, 1925 to the
Depression (New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery, 1983).Ewen, S., All Consuming
Images: The Politics of Style in Contemporary USA (New York: Basic, 1988).Findling, J.
E., Chicago's Great World Fairs (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995).Gans,
Herbert, The Levittowners: Ways of Life and Politics in a New Suburban Community
(London: Allen Lane, 1967).Heimann, J., and Georges, R., California Crazy: Roadside
Vernacular Architecture (San Francisco: Chronicle, 1980).Hess, A., Google: Fifties
Coffee Shop Architecture (San Francisco: Chronicle, 1985).Hine, Thomas, Populuxe
(New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1986).Houndshell, D. A., From the American System to
Mass-Production 1800-1932 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984).Kaplan,
Wendy, ‘The Art that is Life’: The Arts & Crafts Movement in America (Boston: Museum
of Fine Arts, 1987).Kirkham, Pat (ed.), Women Designers in the USA 1900-2000:
Diversity and Difference (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000).Marchand, Roland,
Advertising the American Dream: Making Way for Modernity 1920-1940 (Berkeley and
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1986).Marling, K. A., As Seen on TV: The
Visual Culture of Everyday Life in the 1950s (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University
Press, 1994).Meikle, Jeffrey, Twentieth Century Limited: Industrial Design in America
1925-1939 (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1979).——  American Plastic: A
Cultural History (Piscataway, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1997).Museum of
Modern Art, The Museum of Modern Art at Mid Century at Home and Abroad (New
York: Abrams, 1994).Phillips, L., High Styles: Twentieth Century American Design
(New York: Whitney Museum, 1985).Pulos, Arthur J., American Design Ethic: A History
of Design to 1940 (Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 1983).——  The American Design
Adventure 1940-1975 (Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 1988).Riley, Noel, and Bayer, Patricia,
The Elements of Design: The Development of Design and Stylistic Elements from the
Renaissance to the Postmodern Era (London: Mitchell Beazley, 2003).Rydell, Robert
W., All the World's a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International Exhibitions
1876-1916 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1984).Smith, Terry, The Making of
the Modern: Industry, Art and Design in America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press,
reissue 1994).Wilson, Richard Guy, et al., The Machine Age in America 1918-41 (New
York: Abrams, 1986).Wright, Gwendolyn, Building the Dream: A Social History of
Housing in America (New York: Pantheon, 1981).Wurz, R., The New York World's Fair
1939-40 (New York: Dover, 1977).Zim, Larry, et al., The World of Tomorrow: The New
York World's Fair (New York: Harper & Row, 1988).

Asian and Far Eastern Design Andrews, Julia F., and Shen, Kuiyi, A Century in Crisis:
Modernity and Tradition in the Art of Twentieth Century China (New York: Guggenheim
Museum, 1968).Hiesinger, Kathryn B., and Fischer, Felice, Japanese Design: A Survey
since 1950 (New York: Abrams/Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1995).Sparke, Penny,
Japanese Design (London: Michael Joseph, 1987).Tobin, Joseph J., Re-Made in Japan:
Everyday Life and Consumer Taste in a Changing Society (New Haven: Yale University
Press, 1992).Wilkinson, Endymion, Japan versus Europe (Harmondsworth: Penguin,

Australasian Design Bogle, Michael, Design in Australia 1880-1970 (Sydney: Craftsman
House, 1998).Cochrane, Grace, The Crafts Movement in Australia: A History (Sydney
University of New South Wales Press, 1992).Fry, Anthony H., Design History Australia:
A Source Text in Methods and Resources (Sydney: Hale & Ironmonger, 1988).Menz,
Christopher, Australian Decorative Arts: 1820s-1990s (Adelaide: Art Gallery of South
Australia, 1990).Thomson, Hamish, Paste Up: A Century of New Zealand Poster Art
(Auckland: Random House, 2003).
Austrian Design Gravagnuolo, B., Adolf Loos: Theory and Works (London: Art Data,
1995).Kallir, Jane, Viennese Design and the Wiener Werkstätte (London: Thames &
Hudson, 1986).Schweiger, W. J., Wiener Werkstätte: Design in Vienna 1903-1932
(London: Thames & Hudson, 1984).Volker, Angela, and Pichler, Rupert, Textiles of the
Wiener Werkstätte 1910-1932 (London: Thames & Hudson, 1994).Wilk, Christopher,
Thonet: 150 Years of Furniture (London: Barron's, 1980).

British Design Banham, Mary, and Hillier, Bevis, Tonic to the Nation (London: Thames
& Hudson, 1976).British Council, Lost & Found: Critical Voices in New British Design
(Basle: Birkhäuser, 1999).Harvey, Charles, and Press, Jon, William Morris: Design &
Enterprise in Victorian Britain (Manchester: Manchester University Press,
1991).Hayward Gallery, Thirties: British Art and Design before the War (London: Arts
Council, 1980).Huygen, Frédérique, British Design: Image and Identity (London:
Thames & Hudson, 1989).MacCarthy, Fiona, A History of British Design 1830-1979
(London: Allen & Unwin, 1979).Mackenzie, John, Propaganda and Empire: The
Manipulation of Public Opinion (Manchester: Manchester University Press,
1985).Whiteley, Nigel, Design for Society (London: Reaktion, 1993).——  Pop Design:
From Modernism to Mod (London: Design Council, 1987).

Central And Eastern European Design Anikst, M. (ed.), Soviet Commercial Design of the
Twenties (London: Alexandria Press/Thames & Hudson, 1987).Benson, Timothy O.,
(ed.), Central European Avant-Gardes: Exchange and Transformation, 1910-1930
(Cambridge, Mass: MIT/Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2002).——,  and Forgacs,
Eva (eds.), Between Worlds: A Sourcebook on the Central European Avant-Gardes,
1920-1930 (Cambridge, Mass: MIT/Los Angeles County Museum of Art,
2002).Crowley, David, National Style and Nation-State: Design in Poland from the
Vernacular Revival (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992).Elliott, David, et
al., Art into Production: Soviet Textiles, Fashion and Ceramics 1917-1935 (Oxford:
Museum of Modern Art, 1984).Ernyey, Gyula, Made in Hungary: The Best of 150 Years
in Industrial Design (Budapest: Rubil Innovation Foundation, 1993).Gibian, G., and
Tjalsma, H. W. (eds.), Russian Modernism, Cultures and the Avant Garde 1900-1970
(New York: Cornell University, 1988).Huml, Irena, Polska Sztuka Stosowana XX Wieku
(Warsaw: Arcady, 1973).Kettles Yard, Constructivism in Poland 1923-1926 (Cambridge:
Kettles Yard, 1986).Lamarova, Milena, Ceskoslovensky Design—Stroje a Nastroje
(Prague: Odeon, 1984).——  Czech Design 1980-1999 (Prague: Museum of Decorative
Arts, 1999).——,  and Vegesack, Alexander von (eds.), Czech Cubism: Architecture,
Furniture and Decorative Arts (New York: Princeton University Press, 1997).Lavrantiev,
Alexander N., and Nasarov, Yuri V., Russian Design: Tradition and Experiment 1920-
1991 (London: Architectural Design, 1991).Lodden, Christina, Russian Constructivism
(New Haven: Yale University Press, 1985).Lubanov-Rostovsky, N., Revolutionary
Ceramics: Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927 (London: Studio Vista, 1990).Mucsarnok Design
Centre, Örökség: Tárgy-és Környezelutúra Magyarorszagon 1945-1985/Design and
Man-Made Environment 1945-1985 (Budapest: Mucsarnok Design Centre,
1985).Museum of Modern Art, Devetsil: Czech Avant-Garde Art, Architecture and
Design of the 1920s (Oxford: Museum of Modern Art, 1990).Slapeta, V., Czech
Functionalism 1918-1938 (London: Architectural Association, 1987).Vukic, Fedja, A
Century of Croatian Design (Zagreb: Meander, 1998).Yasinskaya, L., Soviet Textiles of
the Revolutionary Period (London: Thames & Hudson, 1983).

French Design Aminjou, C., et al., L'Art de vivre: Decorative Arts and Design in France
1790-1989 (London: Thames & Hudson, 1989).Brunhammer, Yvonne, and Tise,
Suzanne, French Decorative Art: The Société des Artistes Décorateurs (Paris:
Flammarion, 1990).Centre Georges Pompidou, Design français 1960-1990 (Paris:
APCI/Centre Georges Pompidou, 1988).Jouin, Pierre, Une liberté toute neuve: culture de
masse et esthétique industrielle dans le France les années 50 (Paris: Klincksiek,
1995).Laurent, Stéphane, Les Arts appliqués en France, genèse d'un enseignement 1851-
1940 (Paris: CTHS, 1999).Silverman, Deborah, Art Nouveau in Fin-de-Siècle France
(Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1989).Troy, Nancy,
Modernism and the Decorative Arts in France: Art Nouveau to Le Corbusier (London:
Yale University Press, 1991).

German Design Aynsley, Jeremy, Graphic Design in Germany 1890-1940 (Berkeley and
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2000).Burckhardt, Lucius, The Werkbund:
Studies in the History and Ideology of the Deutscher Werkbund (London: Design
Council, 1989).Campbell, Joan, The German Werkbund: The Politics of Reform in the
Applied Arts (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1978).Droste, Magdalena, Bauhaus
1919-1933 (Cologne: Taschen, 1990).Erlhoff, Michael (ed.), Designed in Germany since
1949 (Munich: Prestel, 1990).Franciscono, M., Walter Gropius and the Creation of the
Bauhaus in Weimar (Chicago: University of Illinois, 1971).Fuchs, H., and Burckhardt,
Lucius, Product-Design-History: German Design from 1820 down to the Present Era
(Stuttgart: Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, 1985).Heskett, John, Design in
Germany 1870-1918 (London: Trefoil, 1986).Hinz, Berthold, Art in the Third Reich
(Oxford: Blackwell, 1979).Lindinger, H. (ed.), Ulm Design: The Morality of Objects,
Hochschule für Gestaltung (Berlin: Ernst Sohn, 1990).Naylor, Gillian, The Bauhaus Re-
assessed: Sources and Design Theory (St Neots: Herbert Press, 1985).Schönberger,
Angela (ed.), The East German Take-Off: Economy and Design in Transition (Berlin:
Ernst & Sohn, 1994).Schwartz, Frederick, The Werkbund: Design, Theory and Mass
Culture before the First World War (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996).Taylor,
Brandon, and Will, W. Van Der (eds.), The Nazification of Art: Art, Design, Music,
Architecture and Film in the Third Reich (Winchester: Winchester Press, 1990).Weltge,
S. W., Bauhaus Textiles: Women Artists and the Weaving Workshop (London: Thames &
Hudson, 1991).Wichmann, Hans, Made in Germany: Produktform, Industrial Design
1970 (Munich: Peter Winkler, 1970).Wingler, Hans M., The Bauhaus, Weimar, Dessau
(1962: Cambridge, Mass.: MIT, 1977).

Irish Design Edel, T. J., Imaging an Irish Past: The Celtic Revival 1840-1940 (Chicago:
David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, 1992).Sheehy, Jeanne, The Rediscovery of
Ireland's Past: The Celtic Revival, 1830-1930 (London: Thames & Hudson, 1980).

Italian Design Ambasz, Emilio (ed.), Italy: The New Domestic Landscape (New York:
Museum of Modern Art, 1972).Branzi, Andrea, The Hot House (London: Thames &
Hudson, 1984).——,  and De Lucchi, Michele, Il design italiano negli anni '50 (Milan:
IGIS Edizioni, 1981).Commune di Milano, Annitrenta: arte e cultura in Italia (Milan:
Mazzotta, 1982).Danesi, Silvia, and Patteta, Luciano, 1919-1943: rationalisme et
architecture en Italie (Paris: Electa, 1976).Grassi, Alfonso, and Pansera, Anty, Atlante
del disegno italiano 1940-1980 (Milan: Fabbri, 1980).Gregotti, Vittorio, Il disegno nel
prodotta industriale, Italia 1860-1980 (Milan: Electa, 1982).Pansera, Anty, Storia e
cronaca della Triennale (Milan: Longanesi, 1978).Radice, Barbara, Memphis: Research,
Experiences, Results, Failures and Successes of New Design (London: Thames &
Hudson, 1984).Sartago, P., Italian Re-evolution: Design in Italian Society in the Eighties
(La Jolla, Calif.: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1986).Sparke, Penny, Italian Design:
1870 to the Present (London: Thames & Hudson, 1988).Tisdall, Caroline, and Bozzolla,
Angelo, Futurism (London: Thames & Hudson, 1977).

Netherlands and Belgian Design Boymans-van Beuningen Museum, Het Nieuwe Bouwen
in Rotterdam 1920-1960 (Delft: University of Delft, 1982).Eliéns, Titus M., Groot,
Marjan, and Leidelmeijer, Frans, Avant-garde Design: Dutch Decorative Arts 1880-1940
(London: Philip Wilson, 1997).Overy, Paul, De Stijl (London: Thames & Hudson,
1991).Staal, G., and Wolters, H. (eds.), Dutch Design 1947-1987 (Holland in Vorm 1945-
1987) (s'-Gravenhage: Stichting Holland in Vorm, 1987).Stedelijk Museum, Het Nieuwe
Bouwen: Amsterdam 1920-1980 (Delft: University of Delft, 1982).——  Industry and
Design in the Netherlands 1850-1950 (Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1985).Troy,
Nancy, The De Stijl Environment (Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 1983).Wit, Wim De (ed.), The
Amsterdam School: Dutch Expressionist Architecture 1915-1930 (London: MIT Press,

Scandinavian Design Ericson, A.-M., and Stritzler-Levine, Nina (eds.), The Brilliance of
Swedish Glass 1918-1939: An Alliance of Art & Industry (New Haven: Yale University
Press, 1996).Karlsen, Arne, and Tiedemann, Anker, Made in Denmark (Copenhagen: Jul
Giellerup, 1960).McFadden, David R. (ed.), Scandinavian Modern Design 1880-1980
(New York: Abrams, 1982).National Museum, The Lunning Prize (Stockholm: National
Museum, 1986).Opie, Jennifer, Scandinavia: Ceramics and Glass of the Twentieth
Century (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1989).Wickman, Kerstin, Orrefors: A
Century of Swedish Glassmaking (Washington: Washington University Press, Orrefors
Glasbruk, 1999).

Spanish Design Capella, Juli, and Larrea, Quim, Nuevo diseño español (Barcelona:
Editorial G. Gili, 1991).Coad, Emma Dent, Spanish Architecture & Design (London:
Studio Vista, 1990).Julier, Guy, New Spanish Design (London: Thames & Hudson,
1991).Pitaarch, Antonio Jose, and Nuria de Dalmases, Balana, Arte e industria en España
1774-1907 (Barcelona: Blume, 1982).

Major Design Movements

Aesthetic Movement Aslin, Elizabeth, The Aesthetic Movement: Prelude to Art Nouveau
(London: Ferndale, 1981).Metropolitan Museum, In Pursuit of Beauty: Americans and
the Aesthetic Movement (New York: Rizzoli/Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1986).
Art Deco Bayer, Patricia, Art Deco Interiors: Decoration and Design Classics of the
1920s and Thirties (London: Thames & Hudson, 1998).Benton, Charlotte, Benton, Tim,
and Wood, Ghislaine (eds.), Art Deco 1910-1939 (London: Victoria and Albert
Publications, 2003).Cerwinske, L., Tropical Deco: The Architecture and Design of Old
Miami Beach (New York: Rizzoli, 1981).Curl, James Stephens, The Egyptian Revival
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1982).Hillier, Bevis, and Escritt, Stephen, Art
Deco Style (London: Phaidon, 1997).

Art Nouveau Eadie, W., Movements of Modernity: The Case of Glasgow and Art
Nouveau (London: Routledge, 1990).Galerie du Crédit Communal, Art nouveau
polonais: Bruxelles/Cracovie 1890-1920 (Brussels: Galerie du Crédit Communal,
1990).Greenhalgh, Paul (ed.), Art Nouveau 1890-1914 (London: Victoria and Albert
Museum, 2000).Mandell, Richard D., Paris 1900: The Great World's Fair (Toronto:
Toronto University Press, 1990).Richards, J. M., The Anti-Rationalists: Art Nouveau
Architecture and Design (London: Architectural Press, 1973).Silverman, Deborah, Art
Nouveau in Fin-de-Siècle France: Politics, Psychology and Style (Berkeley and Los
Angeles: University of California Press, 1989).

Arts and Crafts Anscombe, Isabelle, Arts and Crafts in Britain and America (London:
Academy Editions, 1978).Ayres, William (ed.), A Poor Sort of Heaven, a Good Sort of
Earth: The Rose Valley Arts and Crafts Experiment (Chads Ford: Brandywine Museum,
1983).Bowe, Nicola Gordon, and Cumming, Elizabeth, The Arts & Crafts Movement in
Dublin and Edinburgh 1885-1925 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1998).Crowley, David,
and Taylor, Lou (eds.), The Lost Arts of Europe: The Haslemere Collection of European
Peasant Art (Haslemere: Haslemere Educational Museum, 2000).Cumming, Elizabeth,
and Kaplan, Wendy, The Arts & Crafts Movement (London: Thames & Hudson,
1995).Jacobs, Michael, The Good and Simple Life: Artists' Colonies in Europe &
America (Oxford: Phaidon, 1995).Naylor, Gillian, The Arts and Crafts Movement: A
Study of its Sources, Ideals and Influence on Design Theory (London: Studio Vista,
1990).Salmond, Wendy, Arts & Crafts in Late Imperial Russia (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1997).Volpe, Tod M., Treasures of the American Arts & Crafts
Movement 1890-1920 (London: Thames & Hudson, 1988).

Modernism Banham, Peter Reyner, Theory and Design in the First Machine Age
(London: Architectural Press, 1960).Corbusier, Le, The Decorative Art of Today (1925),
trans. James Dunnett (London: Architectural Press, 1987).——  Vers une architecture
(1923), trans. Frederick Etchells (London: Architectural Press, 1927).Eidelberg, Martin
(ed.), Design 1935-1965: What Modern Was (New York: Abrams, 1991).Greenhalgh,
Paul (ed.), Modernism in Design (London: Reaktion, 1990).Hitchcock, Henry Russell,
and Johnson, Philip, The International Style (New York: Museum of Modern Art,
1932).Pevsner, Nikolaus, Pioneers of Modern Design, (rev. edn.: Harmondsworth:
Penguin, 1988).Sharp, Dennis (ed.), The Rationalists: Theory and Design in the Modern
Movement (London: Architectural Press, 1978).——  (ed.), Pel and Tubular Steel
Furniture of the Thirties (London: Architectural Association, 1977).
Postmodernism Aldersley-Williams, Hugh, New American Design: Graphics and
Products for a Post Industrial Age (New York: Rizzoli, 1988).Collins, Michael, Post-
Modern Design (London: Academy, 1989).Featherstone, Mike, Consumer Culture and
Postmodernism (London: Sage, 1991).Fischer, Volker (ed.), Design Now: Industry or
Art? (Munich: Prestel, 1988).Harvey, D., The Condition of Postmodernity (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 1991).Jencks, Charles, The Language of Post Modern
Architecture (London: Academy, 1977).——  What is Post-Modernism? (London:
Academy, 1986).Jensen, Robert, and Conway, Patricia, Ornamentalism and the New
Decorativeness in Architecture and Design (Harmondsworth: Allen Lane, 1983).Wolfe,
Tom, From Bauhaus to our House (London: Cape, 1982).Venturi, Robert, et al.,
Learning from Las Vegas (Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 1972).

Other Design Topics

Corporate and Retail Design Crossick, G., and Jaumain, S. (eds.), Cathedrals of
Consumption: The European Department Store, 1850-1939 (London: Ashgate,
1999).Fabbri Editori, Fiat 1899-1989: An Industrial Revolution (London: Science
Museum, 1988).Forde, G., Design in the Public Service: The Dutch PTT 1920-1990
(London: Design Museum).Goldman, R., and Papson, S., Nike Culture: The Sign of the
Swoosh (London: Sage, 1998).Heskett, John, Philips: A Study of the Corporate
Management of Design (London: Trefoil, 1989).Larrabee, L., and Vignelli, M., Knoll
Design (New York: Abrams, 1981).Lorenz, Christopher, The Design Dimension: The
New Competitive Weapon for Product Strategy and Product Marketing (Oxford:
Blackwell, 1990).Lury, G., Brand Watching: Lifting the Lid on the Phenomenon of
Branding (Dublin: Blackhall, 1998).Miller, Michael B., The Bon Marché: Bourgeois
Culture and the Department Store 1869-1920 (Princeton: Princeton University Press,
1981).Olins, Wally, Corporate Design (London: Thames & Hudson, 1989).Oliver, T.,
The Real Coke, the Real Story (New York: Viking Penguin, 1987).Pavitt, Jane,
Brand.New (London: Victoria and Albert Publications, 2000).Prendergrast, M., For God,
Country and Coca-Cola: The Unauthorized History of the World's Most Popular Soft
Drink (London: Phoenix, 1994).Roy, N., The IBM World (London: Eyre Methuen,
1974).Thackara, John, Winners! How Today's Successful Companies Innovate by Design
(Aldershot: Gower, 1997).Williams, Gareth, Branded? (London: Victoria and Albert
Publications, 2000).

Critical Voices Burrall, Paul, Green Design (London: Design Council, 1991).Carson,
Rachel, Silent Spring (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965).Klein, Naomi, No Logo (London:
Flamingo, 2000).MacCarthy, Fiona, The Simple Life: C. R. Ashbee in the Cotswolds
(London: Lund Humphries, 1981).Mackenzie, Dorothy, Green Design: Design for the
Environment (London: Lawrence King, 1997).Packard, Vance, The Hidden Persuaders
(London: Longman, 1957).Papanek, Victor, Design for the Real World: Human Ecology
and Social Change (1972), rev. ed. (London: Thames & Hudson, 1985).Pugin, A. W.,
Contrasts (1936), introd. H. R. Hancock, 2nd edn., repr. (Leicester: Leicester University
Press, 1969).Ruskin, John, The Stones of Venice, ed. and introd. Jan Morris (London:
Faber, 1981).Schumacher, Ernst F., Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People
Mattered (London: Abacus, 1974).Whiteley, Nigel, Design for Society (London:
Reaktion, 1993).

The Design Profession Gorb, Peter (ed.), London Business School: Design Talks
(London: Design Council, 1988).Lorenz, Christopher, The Design Dimension: The New
Competitive Weapon for Product Strategy, rev. and updated edn. (Oxford: Blackwell,
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