Everyday Things 1936; Catalogue To The Exhibition Arranged By The Royal Institute Of British Architects. London : Royal Institute of British Architects. 117 pages, lxvii pages adverts. Exhibition organised by RIBA in 1936 which alongside the British Art in Industry exhibition held in 1935 are now held up to be the defining exhibitions of British design in the 1930s. It is said that Everyday Things had a better selection which reflected a more contemporary modern design.
Good section of adverts at the back followed by a full list of exhibitors. Not as well illustrated or as glossy as British Art in Industry it does however illustrate four pieces of Gerald Summers designs along with other designers across a range of fields including Keith Murray in glass. Condition: Soft jacket rubbed along the edges and slightly yellowed.
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