Architects in the chair

Buxton, Pamela
July 1998
Cabinet Maker;07/24/98, Issue 5098, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the performance of architects as furniture designers. Design of one-off pieces; Success in change of scale; Skills of interior designers.


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