Design Anthology


Barber Osgerby, Projects

by Jana Scholze (Phaidon)

Long-time collaborators Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby founded their eponymous studio just over a decade ago, based on a research-led approach to creating improved everyday design objects, from furniture and household objects to public installations.

This monograph represents a comprehensive catalogue of the duo’s portfolio so far, including a number of designs created in partnership with some of the world’s leading manufacturers and institutions. Six essays based on conversations with leading figures in the art and design world accompany the imagery-driven text, providing insight into the studio’s process and working method. Iconic designs such as their Loop table, the London 2012 Olympic Torch and the Tip Ton chair are but a few of their outputs discussed in this 360-degree view.

Contemporary Korean Photography

edited by Suejin Shin (Hatje Cantz)

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