- 2.50 LBS
In the 1970s, American designers Victor Papanek and James Hennessey sought to change the world through design, empowering the people to create their own inexpensive furnishings. This philosophy is brought to life in their two books, Nomadic Furniture 1 and Nomadic Furniture 2, which are reprinted in their entirety in this special edition. In these volumes, you will find everything from simple designs for chairs, tables, and beds to more elaborate pieces.
Nomadic Furniture provides easy-to-follow instructions for transforming inexpensive and recycled materials into comfortable furniture. They believe that everyone should have access to comfortable, stylish furniture, and their mission is to make furniture design more accessible to everyone. With Nomadic Furniture, you can easily create a bed, chair, sofa, stool, or table using simple materials and minimal effort.
Nomadic Furniture Features
It is all about creating a home design that is lightweight, folds, inflates, knocks down, stacks, or is disposable. With Nomadic Furniture, you can always have a comfortable place to sit or rest your head without having to worry about how you're going to get it home.
Nomadic furniture is made to be lightweight and easy to move so that you can change your furniture around as often as you change your mind. This way, you can always have the perfect setup for any occasion. Additionally, their designs promote a minimalistic lifestyle, which is not only good for the environment but also helps you save money.
This Furniture creates unique and eco-friendly furniture. Their pieces are made out of sustainable materials and are designed to be easily transportable so that they can be moved with minimal effort. Their ideas open up channels for creativity, as well as for saving money and adding a household's footprint. This practical, lighthearted approach to living is certainly worth a revisit, in a world where environmental consciousness is quickly
Nomadic Furniture Specifications
- 146 Pages.
- Author / Artists - James Hennessey & Victor Papanek
Victor Papanek was a UNESCO international design expert who studied at Cooper Union, MIT, and with Frank Lloyd Wright. James Hennessey was assistant dean at the School of Design at the California Institute of the Arts at Valencia.