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Paolo Martin

Visions in Design

A candid and comprehensive overview of the work of a modern design master.
 
One of Italy’s most prolific designers in any field, Paolo Martin is a name perhaps best known to automotive aficionados. The visionary behind some of the most important cars of the 1960s and ’70s—such as the Fiat 130 Coupé, the Lancia Beta Montecarlo, and the Ferrari Modulo—he is also responsible for numerous pioneering motorcycles, scooters, boats, and even industrial and household products like typewriters. In Paolo Martin: Visions in Design, this influential designer speaks candidly about his life, work, and philosophy over the last half-century. Marking the first time a single volume has encompassed all of Martin’s work across a range of fields, this book is sure to be treasured by fans of intelligent and elegant design.

304 pages | 398 color plates, 67 halftones, 702 line drawings | 8 1/2 x 12

Language and Linguistics: Language--Reference


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Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
The Bertone Months/1966-1967
Pininfarina/1967-1972
De Tomaso/1973-1976
Freelance/1976-2010
Motorcycles & Bikes/1972-1998
Boat Design/1967-1999
Aircraft
Reimagining & Reinterpretations/1969-2019
Industrial Design/1974-2018
Afterword

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