Industrial Design

Applying mass production and manufacturing to the design process, Industrial Design is largely associated with the 20th century. Industrial Design is vast as it encompases many geographic locations, decades, and mediums ranging from graphic design, furniture, and other household objects. The final product is carefully designed, reassessed, and altered before the final object is produced in an often automated and repetitive fashion. Industrial design often considers the usability or functionality of the object and may consider themes of sustainability or consumerism.

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Visiona 2

Verner Panton

Oculus Chair

Hans Wegner

Panton Chair

Verner Panton

“Hammock Chair”, the PK24™

Poul Kjærholm

Egg Chair

Arne Jacobsen

W.W. Stool

Philippe Starck

Whistling Bird Teakettle

Michael Graves

Cross Check™ Chair

Frank Gehry

Plywood Chair

Jasper Morrison

Platner Dining Table

Warren Platner

Petal Coffee Table

Richard Schultz

Cutlery

Gio Ponti

Marshmallow Sofa

George Nelson

Florence Knoll Lounge Chair

Florence Knoll

Bertoia Diamond Chair

Harry Bertoia

DAR Chair

Charles and Ray Eames

LCM Chair

Charles and Ray Eames

Polyside Chair

Robin Day

Cabriolet Bed

Joe Colombo

Jack Light

Tom Dixon

Felt Chair

Marc Newson

Onlyou Table

Carlo Forcolini

620 Chair Programme

Dieter Rams

Tunisie bookcase

Charlotte Perriand

Honey-Pop Chair

Tokujin Yoshioka

Mole Chair

Sergio Rodrigues

Pacha Lounge Chair

Pierre Paulin

Bi Bip Floor Lamps

Achille Castiglioni

Memo Bean Bag

Ron Arad

Knotted Chair

Marcel Wanders

Componibili Storage Unit

Anna Castelli Ferrieri

EM Table

Jean Prouvé

Chaise Tout Bois

Jean Prouvé

Tupperware

Earl Tupper

Duralex Picardie Tumblers

Saint-Gobain

Pyrex

Eugene Sullivan

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