Sini Laurikainen

Sini Laurikainen

Sini Laurikainen
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Fig. 3.  William Morris rechazó la producción industrial e intentó darle al diseño una dimensión ética. Buscaba referencias de la Edad Media para dibujos ornamentales inspirados en la naturaleza.

pre-raphaelisms: “ William Morris Detail of Art Needlework embroidery “Artichoke” in wool on linen. Designed by William Morris for Ada Phoebe Godman in ”

This prairie-style clock, an Arts & Crafts-style classic, is reproduced in Mission oak. The clock's design dates back to 1910.

Would love this in tiger wood! This prairie-style clock, an Arts & Crafts-style classic, is reproduced in Mission oak. The clock's design dates back to

Produced in association with The Burchfield-Penney Art Center (Buffalo, New York), the Arts and Crafts font set derives from Roycroft books and periodicals designed by multi-faceted artist; Dard Hunter in the early 1900s.

Produced in association with The Burchfield-Penney Art Center (Buffalo, New York), the Arts and Crafts font set derives from Roycroft books and periodicals designed by multi-faceted artist; Dard Hunter in the early

Dining room of restored 1906 Bungalow originally designed by architect Emil Schacht

Another room in Arts & Crafts Homes magazine that featured a Craftsman in Portland, Oregon. Shellacked woodwork and warm colors featured, in the stenciling above the high wainscot, are brilliant in the sunlit rooms.

Red House, the home of William Morris, 'Father of the Arts and Crafts movement.' (England)

"The only house commissioned, created and lived in by William Morris, founder of the Arts & Crafts movement, Red House is a building of extraordinary architectural and social significance." My dream house!