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This anthology brings together 65 texts on craft, published from the 1970s to the present day, and drawn from many different countries.
This unparalleled selection reflects the relevance and the plurality of craft in today’s world. Fabien Petiot and Chloé Braunstein-Kriegel here celebrate a craft which is inspirational, offering us a toolbox rich in technical, methodological, and intellectual resources.
Texts by Glenn Adamson, Darrin Alfred, Bruce Altschuler, Jacques Anquetil, Hervé Barbaret, Emmanuel Barrois with Frédérique Le Graverend, Jennifer Beamer, Charlotte Benton, Anthea Black and Nicole Burisch, Anneke Bokern, Kajsa Borg, Patrick Bouchain, Andrea Branzi, Ruth Brewerton, Julien Buchert, Dana Buntrock, Maria Elena Buszek, David Caméo with Anaël Pigeat, Alberto Cavalli, Woranooch Chuenrudeemol and Nanthana Boonla-Or, Garth Clark Annick Colonna-Césari, Mary Douglas, Marcus Fairs, Miguel Ángel Gardetti and Subramanian Senthilkannan Muthu, Mònica Gaspar, Toby Glanville, Roger Green, Paul Greenhalgh, Eleanore Herring, Gloria Hickey, Eriko Horiki, Jean-Marc Huygen, Hugues Jacquet, Samuel Javelle and Jean-Patrick Péché, Anne Jourdain, Serge Le Roux, Grace Lees-Maffei, Chunmei Li, Teleri Lloyd-Jones, Gerard C.J. Lynch, Caroline Maniaque, Clara Mantica, Enzo Mari and Elvio Facchinelli, Justin Mcguirk, Robin Mellery-Pratt, Bruce Metcalf, Stefano Micelli, Yuri Na and Michel Lamblin, Anitra Nettleton, Daniel Nicolas, Alice Rawsthorn, Laura M. Richard, Caroline Roux, Guy Salter, Linda Sandino, Stéphane Sauzedde, Stacy Jo Scott, Wang Shu and Lu Wenyu, Peter Siegenthaler, Penny Sparke, Nina Strizler-Levine, Grégoire Talon, Unfold, Nicole Van Dijk, Sumanatsya Voharn, Namita Gupta Wiggers, Patricia Woods.
A designer and art historian, Fabien Petiot adopts a multidisciplinary approach informed by his knowledge of art and his forward-looking stance towards artisanal and industrial production. He has written extensively and curated conferences and exhibitions. As a designer, he pays attention to the dialogue between crafts. His collaboration with stonemasons, ceramicists, carpenters, etc. nourishes his own research. He’s focused on lighting, but also on textiles and more broadly on furniture.