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BeschreibungIllustrated guide to the new inventions, technologies and events that are affecting the human race worldwide. Uses essays, interviews and imagery to explore the changing force of design in the contemporary world. Over 300 colour illustrations.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface; Urbanism; Movement; Information and Software; Energy; The Image; Consuming; Military; Material; Manufacturing; Health and Living; Wealth and Politics; Timeline
PortraitBruce Mau is the President and Creative Director of Bruce Mau Design, which has gained international recognition for innovative multidisciplinary work. He is the author of Life Style, published by Phaidon, and designed and conceived the award-winning book S,M,L,XL with Rem Koolhaas. The Institute Without Boundaries is a postgraduate, research-orientated design programme headquartered at Bruce Mau Design.
Pressestimmen'Nothing less than a design for life.' (Art Review) 'MassiveChange is about everything and everybody ... intelligent, visually provocative ... not just a modern guide to technologies, but also a discussion of how they affect our planet.' (Building Engineer) 'The most unusual design book of the year ... This is in-depth thinking.' (Financial Times) 'With impeccable artistic contributions ... and informed articles, Massive Change muses on the trends that will shape this century.' (Wallpaper*) 'A well-argued, well-illustrated and indeed inspiring book that breaks from the usual mould.' (FX) "Sings like an ode to sustainable development.' (Dazed & Confused) 'GLOBAL WAKE-UP CALL In a back cover tag-line that wouldn't seem out of place on a movie poster, it boldly states that 'Massive Change is not about the world of design; it's about the design of the world.' Amazingly, it manages to live up to his assertion. ... Yes, it's idealistic, but you'll be so engrossed in the texts, images and sheer self-belief that you'll forgive it. ... Enormous in its scope, Massive Change is a wake-up call to everyone concerned with the 'sustainability' of the human race on earth. And its' only 20 quid. Incredible!' ( Architectural Review) ' With 250 color and 50 B&W photos in a fractally chaotic layout, and a text that speaks in affirmative sound bites, this book offers a vision of the world in a package designed to get readers excited about stoves that burn peanut shells, superlight gels that can protect flowers from flame, and plants and microbes that turn open sewers into water supplies. It succeeds beautifully.' (Publishers Weekly) 'Bruce Mau is as close as you'll get to a design-world hero.' (Surface)
Untertitel: A Manifesto for the Future of Global Design. Empfohlen von 13 bis 22 Jahren. Nachdruck 2011. 300 meist farbige Abbildungen. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Phaidon Verlag GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2004
Seitenanzahl: 239 Seiten