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London Buildings: Barbican notebook

Author/Editor9781840655995 (Author)
Dipper, Hannah (Author)
Publisher: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 9781840655995
Pub Date10/08/2011
BindingHardback
Pages144
Dimensions (mm)166(h) * 109(w) * 17(d)
Part of an exciting new range of notebooks A stylish design-led cover exquisitely finished and printed on cloth Alternate lined, then blank pages for notes and scribbles Includes elastic closure and a handy storage pocket inside the back jacket
€8.17
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These colourful notebooks stylishly depict iconic London buildings illustrated by the founders of the ceramics company People Will Always Need Plates, most famous for their hugely successful range of plates, mugs and other objects. Their outstanding graphic illustrations combining clean lines and bold blocks of colour make a perfect gift for fans of design and architecture. This notebook, a design object in it's own right, depicts the Barbican, one of the great brutalist designs of Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. Located in the heart of London, it is a venue for music, theatre and art exhibitions and houses a cinema, library, restaurants and a conservatory.

These colourful notebooks stylishly depict iconic London buildings illustrated by the founders of the ceramics company People Will Always Need Plates, most famous for their hugely successful range of plates, mugs and other objects. Their outstanding graphic illustrations combining clean lines and bold blocks of colour make a perfect gift for fans of design and architecture. This notebook, a design object in it's own right, depicts the Barbican, one of the great brutalist designs of Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. Located in the heart of London, it is a venue for music, theatre and art exhibitions and houses a cinema, library, restaurants and a conservatory.

Founder member of the cult ceramics company People Will Always Need Plates, Robin Farquhar has a background in industrial and exhibition design. He lives in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. Ceramicist Hannah Dipper is a founder member of People Will Always Need Plates with Robin Farquhar.

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