Design movement you most identify with: “The 1970s Counter-Culture movement, when ideas of resourcefulness and accessibility, and their roles of design, were completely reimagined. There was a big shift in lifestyles and values at the time, and members of the Counter-Culture were responding with unrestrained, free-thinking design. We have a small collection of books from that era that are some of our most-used references. One of our favorites is Victor Papanek and James Hennessey’s Nomadic Furniture, which featured a collection of DIY furniture that was understated and borderline non-descript, but easily made and customized by the user with off-the-shelf parts.”
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Design movement you most identify with: “The 1970s Counter-Culture movement, when ideas of resourcefulness and accessibility, and their roles of design, were completely reimagined. There was a big shift in lifestyles and values at the time, and members of the Counter-Culture were responding with unrestrained, free-thinking design. We have a small collection of books from that era that are some of our most-used references. One of our favorites is Victor Papanek and James Hennessey’s Nomadic Furniture, which featured a collection of DIY furniture that was understated and borderline non-descript, but easily made and customized by the user with off-the-shelf parts.”