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Shane Schneck: Objects in Dialog (2nd edition)

Author: Shane Schneck
Softcover, 2024
475 SEK
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New edition in a slightly different format, and with two covers to choose from.

Designer monographs can be so incredibly dull. But here comes Shane Schneck’s inhouse produced book Objects in Dialog: Detailed, generous, insightful and inspirational.

Objects in Dialog is a visual archive by Swedish–American industrial designer Shane Schneck with projects from the last decade.

From the publisher:
Objects in Dialog documents 51 projects developed by Shane Schneck’s studio Office for Design in Stockholm, Sweden.

Collaborating with some of the worlds most innovative companies, Nike, Huawei and HAY. The book is organised around primitive models and their production prototypes. Documenting everyday objects from smart phones to kitchen tools, scenography to interior architecture and a plethora of furniture. Edited by design critic John Kazior with contributions from Amy Auscherman, the archivist and editor for Herman Miller and Phaidon’s “Ways of Living”.

Edition: 300 copies


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