Ross Lovegrove | Exhibition Catalogue

"Let's make things exist and then judge later. Don't cancel the process of creativity too early; let it flow." - Ross Lovegrove
Discover in this catalogue the whole retrospective dedicated to designer Ross Lovegrove at the Centre Pompidou !
Exhibition at the Centre Pompidou from April, 12th to June, 19th 2017

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Event
Mutations-Créations / Ross Lovegrove
Artist
Ross Lovegrove
Topics
Design

Description

Welsh designer Ross Lovegrove draws his inspiration in nature, its forms and its evolutions.
Mixing arts and science, Ross Lovegove uses the most advanced technologies so as to defend an eco-aware and humanist design, inviting us to question constantly our way of perceiving the world we live in.
Crossing frontiers between disciplines so as to put innovation at the heart of his work, he even employed simulation softwares and digital tools usually used by architects.
In order to include his work in the everyday life, Ross Lovegrove also collaborates with the blue-chip companies, for whom he creates originally designed products : computers for Apple, Walkman for Sony, cosmetics for KIKO... and even a futuristic Renault Twingo concept-car !
This book displays the vastness of the designer's work, presenting a hundred illustrations highlighting his most significant projects and achievements.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Under the direction of Marie-Ange Brayer
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
19 x 27 cm
Publication year
2017
Number of pages
168
Number of illustrations
100
EAN
9782844268082

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