A305 15–16: Design 1920s. German design and the Bauhaus 1925-32; Modernism in the decorative arts: Paris 1910–30 (The Open University press, 1975/1979) is a textbook that explains the key developments in European design thinking in the 1920s. The booklet has been co-authored by Tim Benton, Charlotte Benton, and Aaron Scharf, and it is targeted for Arts students taking the third level course in History of architecture and design 1890–1939, units 15–16.
The text is in English. The publication is illustrated with black-and-white photographs and other visual material.
Our copy in stock is in nice shape, although it has been read and used. The pages are clean, no markings. The glueing of the binding is fine. The covers show signs of wear and use.