Objects of Desire

Objects of Desire looks at the appearance of consumer goods in the 200 years since the introduction of mechanized production, whether in Josiah Wedgewood’s use of neo-classicism for his industrially manufactured pottery or the development of appropriate forms for wirelesses. Adrian Forty is a Professor of Architectural History at The Bartlett, the Faculty of the Built Environment at University College London, now retired. He is also the former Programme Director of the masters programme in Architectural History.

 

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