Patterns 2 Design Art and Architecture
With more than ten thousand copies sold of Patterns in Design, Art and Architecture, now comes Patterns 2, the new volume of the successful pattern book. Once again, the publication presents extraordinary works by leading firms, artists, designers, and architects such as Michael Lin, Rem Koolhaas, and Marimekko.
Since the first volume was published, the subject of patterns has continued to evolve: colorful patterned wallpapers have returned to private homes; patterns have become a determining factor in graphic design and architecture; and designers are asked to design an ever-increasing variety of new ornaments and pattern repeats. Patterns 2 provides the necessary inspiration. It describes current trends, presents contemporary experiments, and situates the development within the cultural-historical context.
For this follow-up volume the editors have broadened the focus. In addition to architecture, design, and art, Patterns 2 now contains patterns from fashion and the sciences. These include graphic representations of whale songs and genetic codes and the latest creations of fashion designers like Paul Smith and Eley Kishimoto.
Hitoshi Abe, Anni Albers, Nikos Alexiou, Jun Aoki, Kevin Appel, Neil Banas, Barber Osgerby, Barkow Leibinger Architekten, David Best, Max Bill, Matthias Bitzer, Blocher Blocher Partners, Tord Boontje, Chris Bosse, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Alison Brooks Architects, Daniel Buren, Sun Young Byun, c.neeon, Chalet 5, Bjorn Copeland, Mia Cullin, Jacob Dahlgren, Thomas Demand, Liz Deschenes, Dieter Detzner, Birgit Dieker, FAT, Thom Faulders Architecture/Studio M, Foreign Office Architects, Herbert W. Franke, Richard Buckminster Fuller, Diane von Furstenberg, Sarah van Gameren, Poul Gernes, Henriette Grahnert, Hervé Graumann, Grazioli Krischanitz ARGE, Andreas Gursky, Susanne Happle, Heatherwick Studio, Britt Helbig, Matthias Hoch, Josef Hoffmann, Jim Isermann, Kapitza, Klein Dytham Architecture, Astrid Krogh, Kengo Kuma, Suzana Licko, Harmen Liemburg, Michael Lin, Lydia in St-Petersburg, Ane Lykke, Luna Maurer, Barry McGee, Michael Meredith, Igor Mischiyev, Modulorbeat, Sarah Morris, Mount Fuji Architects Studio, Marc Newson, Christopher Pearson, Pipa
Tobias Rehberger, Bernd Ribbeck, Clare Rojas, Savant, Annette Schröter, Yinka Shonibare, MBE, Katrin Sonnleitner, Esther Stocker, Christine Streuli, Studio Job, Richard Sweeney, Jon Thompson, Karsten Trappe, Aya Uekawa, Patricia Urquiola, Henrik Vibskov, Miguel Vieira Baptista, Kelley Walker, Marius Watz, Bernhard Willhelm, Mette Winckelmann, Michael Young, Toby Ziegler.
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