HERMAN MILLER, INC.: Buildings and Beliefs
By Jeffrey L. Cruikshank and Clark Malcolm, Pub by AIA Press, 1994, hardcover, dustcover, 159 pages, 8.5 x 11.75 inches
From the jacket: "How does a company become a good client for architecture?
The answer comes from Herman Miller's rich stock of architectural and design experience.
The company's projects with many different architects including Frank Gehry, Nicholas Grimshaw, Jeffrey Scherer, and Mac Scogin are presented here with anecdotes that tell the story of how Herman Miller learns from architects and vice versa.
The buildings of Herman Miller tell the story of close and productive relationships between architect and client.
Any builder of buildings wishing to produce a humane and effective structure and any architect interested in helping a client understand the prerequisites of good architecture, will benefit from this fascinating and visually rich book."
CONDITION: Very good. Jacket has light edge and corner tip wear, light rubbing. Light ruffling at upper edge of jacket. Interior near fine.
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