My Work Is Not My Work: Pierre Bernard: Design for the Public Domain
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My Work Is Not My Work: Pierre Bernard: Design for the Public Domain

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The French designer Pierre Bernard focuses in his work a " a comprehensive survey of which is offered here for the first time a " on the public domain, on communication between governments and citizens, on notification and orientation in the public realm. As a designer, Pierre Bernard is a thinker who incorporates not only form but also content and context into his works....more
Paperback, 319 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Lars Muller Publishers (first published March 4th 2008)
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