American designers 🇺🇸 (Page 8)

Is an American who plans the form or structure of something before it is made, by preparing drawings or plans

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Paul Tuttle (1918 – 2002) was an American designer best known for his furniture designs and his work in interior design and architecture. Tuttle had no formal design education and instead drew inspiration from his own life and the mentorship of well-known artists like Alvin Lustig, Welton Becket, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Tuttle worked as a furniture designer for over 50 years, producing a body of work that included mass-produced and custom-made pieces.Read More →

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George Washington Maher (1864 – 1926) was a furniture designer and architect from the United States.

He worked as an apprentice in Joseph Lyman Silsbee’s architecture office alongside Frank Lloyd Wright and George Grant Elmslie.Read More →

Hendrik van Keppel - featured image

Hendrik Van Keppel was an American interior designer who lived from 1914 to 1987. He was professionally active in Los Angeles.Read More →

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Charles Pollock (1930 – 2013) was an American industrial designer who created sleek furniture, most notably an office chair held together by a single aluminium band that became known as a Pollock Chair. Read More →

Consumerism - Vance Packard

Vance Packard (1914 – 1996) was an American writer who brought many of the less favourable effects of consumerism in the developed world to the public’s attention in a straightforward manner. After graduating from Pennsylvania State University in 1936, he started his career as a journalist writing for several newspapers and the Associated Press before becoming the editor of American magazine from 1942 to 1946.Read More →

Frederick Hurten Rhead Tile featured image

Frederick Hurten Rhead was an English-born American potter and ceramic artist. He was born into a family of potters and designers. He received his English pottery training before moving to the United States in 1902. Read More →

In the Pink - Dorothy Draper

Has there ever been an American decorator as famous as Dorothy Draper? Like Martha Stewart,Read More →

William Van Alen Gargoyle

William Van Alen (1883 – 1954) was an American architect born in Brooklyn, New York. He was professionally active in New York.Read More →

Danny Ho Fong

Danny Ho Fong was a Chinese American furniture manufacturer. He was born in Canton and professionally active in San Francisco and Los Angeles.Read More →

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Buckminster Fuller was a preacher as much as an architect, a town crier as aRead More →