Commercialism

Commercialism in design often associated the mass production of objects. Designers must create multiple iterations of the product that consider the form, function, and overall aesthetic before they can be manufactured for mass consumption. Commercial interior design spaces included public spaces like school, banks, and government buildings. These spaces must be functional for the people using the area on a daily basis.

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Jack Light

Tom Dixon

Felt Chair

Marc Newson

Salt Chair

Tom Kelley

Magis Spun Chair

Thomas Heatherwick

Kaleido Trays

Clara von Zweigbergk

Barbie Doll

Ruth Handler

Tupperware

Earl Tupper

Duralex Picardie Tumblers

Saint-Gobain

Pyrex

Eugene Sullivan

American Modern Line

Russel Wright

Fiesta Tableware

Frederick Hurten Rhead

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