5 edition of Shaker design found in the catalog.
Jean M. Burks
Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-242) and index.
|Statement||Jean M. Burks.|
|LC Classifications||NK807 .B84 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2007051415|
The simple yet striking lines of Shaker design grace much of the furniture we see in high-end department stores, and beautiful examples of it adorn the pages of Architectural Digest and House Beautiful. How did this style evolve from its origins in a humble, small religious community to the international design phenomenon it is today? This illustrated study explores the .
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Even if you not particular of shaker craftsmanship or design,youll like this book. if you have even a little interest in woodworking,but arent partial to shaker design,i bet you could spot 10 pics of items in this book youd want to try n build.
if you work with wood,youll want this tome. [always wanted to use that word.]/5(7). The book’s expert contributors discuss Shaker design in relation to the furniture they constructed, the products they sold, their gift drawings and spirituality, and their rejection of American Fancy design.
The book also considers the powerful inspiration Shaker design has provided for diverse modern and contemporary designers, including 5/5(4). Trust Me is a book written by a designer to celebrate Shaker design for its examples of human-centered output; work that embodies a spirit of service and purpose.
This spirit warms the relationship between people and the designed environment. The guiding Shaker principles of honesty, utility, and simplicity found expression in various crafts: furniture, boxes (a,b), and textiles made by the Shakers are renowned for their minimalist design and unstinting quality.
Shaker design User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. The simple yet elegant artifacts created by the Shakers during the 19th century speak loudly to "worldly'' Americans years later. These refined tools, domestic objects, and watercolors have a Read full review.
The book’s expert contributors discuss Shaker design in relation to the furniture they constructed, the products they sold, their gift drawings and spirituality, and their rejection of American Fancy design.
The book also considers the powerful inspiration Shaker design has provided for diverse modern and contemporary designers, including. Shaker design has deep roots in simplicity. Image: Kate Lester Interiors Shop These Products Now: Fruit Bowl – Cutting Board Interior design doesn’t exist in a vacuum.
Many of the current style trends we love today claim roots that go back hundreds of years — that is, if. Get this from a library. Shaker design. [June Sprigg; Whitney Museum of American Art.; Corcoran Gallery of Art.] -- "The Shaker movement in America began in when Mother Ann Lee emigrated from Manchester, England, with a small group of followers, and settled in New York State.
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Mother Lucy Wright introduced new hymns and dances to make sermons more lively. She also helped write Benjamin S. Youngs' book The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing (). Shaker missionaries entered Kentucky and Ohio after the Cane Ridge, Kentucky revival of –, which was an outgrowth of the Logan County, Kentucky, Revival of The Shaker Image by Elmer R.
Pearson and Julia Neal Shaker Design by June Sprigg. Some usability and user-experience professionals may lament the plethora of unaware or uncaring managers, marketers, engineers, executives, journalists, even users. Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs.
History. Shaker communities were largely self-sufficient: in their attempt to. Shaker furniture is the one truly original American style of furniture. Its clear crisp lines and singular lightness unite and transcend both traditional and modern settings, and for that reason it has remained a major creative force in our decorative arts heritage for hundreds of years.
For half a century, Shaker Workshops has worked to craft. Shaker Design Competition Submissions. Display of the Entries in the City’s Design Competition for the Moreland area were on display from June 1 – August 1, Art Exposed VIII: The Inner Workings of a High School Art Department: May 5- Barbara Luton Art Show: March 26 – Ap Welcome to Shaker Verlag.
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15, likes 2 talking about this. مصمم جرافيك ليبي يسعى للإحتراف3/5(2). An extensive text provides a detailed account of Shaker history, culture, and religion. Further, it examines Shaker design and tools, reporting new research on the Shaker color palette.
Using primary source materials, this book examines designs from specific Shaker communities and individual Rating: % positive. The book’s expert contributors discuss Shaker design in relation to the furniture they constructed, the products they sold, their gift drawings and spirituality, and their rejection of American Fancy design.
The book also considers the powerful inspiration Shaker design has provided for diverse modern and contemporary designers, including. Shaker kitchen cabinets are our most popular style of cabinet doors.
Shaker style cabinets are characterized by a five-piece door with a recessed center panel. Some shaker cabinets are very clean and simple, while other have decorative edge detailing.
The drawer fronts of shaker cabinets can also differ. Slab drawer fronts are often selected. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxx, pages: color illustrations ; 29 cm: Contents: The Shaker world. Shaker villages and the landscape of "gospel order" / Robert P.
Emlen --Faith, form, and finish: Shaker furniture in context / Jean M. Burks --Designed for sale: Shaker commerce with the world / M.
Stephen spiritual. Shaker Design (Book): Sprigg, June. On Tuesday and Wednesday, December 24 and 25 (Christmas Eve and Christmas Day), Hennepin County libraries are closed. Shaker design Item Preview remove-circle The many works presented in this beautiful volume reveal the Shaker commitment to excellence in all matters.
The chairs, cases of drawers, work stands, baskets, oval boxes, wheelbarrows, stoves, looms, and even tailoring tools have a purity of form that transcends mere utility and elevates our Pages: MAKING: Then and Now is an unprecedented exhibition that celebrates the similarities between artists and the Shakers, a utopian community that lived in Western Massachusetts for more than years.
Believing they should put their hands to work and their hearts to God, the Shakers built everything from buildings to boxes, with a goal of perfection and exquisite craftsmanship in.
The Shaker design philosophy is one of prioritization: their main priority is to be necessary and useful. Then, once that has been achieved, make something beautiful. To me this is a great way to explain design, without sacrificing beauty or expression of the designer.
The book first chronicles and describes the Shaker movement and the Shaker way of living, worshiping, and working. It then explores the Shaker approach to furniture design (from chests and chairs to boxes and baskets), construction (including all joinery techniques), and finishing (including recipes for finishes).Pages: Dovetail joinery decorates this Shaker-inspired case piece.
Read more about the author’s technique and order full-sized plans and a cutlist. Build a Shaker Round Stand. Shaker Kitchens are revered for being simple in style, durable and functional. The key to the timelessness of Shaker Kitchen is their unpretentious design, with no elaborate mouldings or fussy decoration and are ideally suited to country cottages, grander period residences and homes that eschew minimalist kitchens.
20 years ago in a book by Thomas Moser, I knew I had to make it (see Sources, below). It perfectly captures the essence of classic Shaker design. Taut, lean and elegant, Moser’s reproduction. has become an American icon. Here’s an up-to-date version that retains the Shaker spirit.
They used mortise-andtenon joinery, but I’ve substituted Author: American Woodworker Editors. Create an account or log into Facebook. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates. The Danes took the Shaker design and functionalism to heart, and began producing their version.
In the s, they sold it back to us as “Danish Modern.” Evolution of My Designs I first became aware of Shaker furni-ture in college. In an art appreciation class, during an otherwise uneventful slide show, images of Shaker clocks. In recent years, Shaker design—and the peg rail in particular—has experienced a revival.
Remodelista named Shaker style one of their “trends to watch” forand featured them on the cover of their book, The Organized Home. Also inFine Woodworking ran an entire issue specifically devoted to Shaker design.
Buy a cheap copy of Shaker Design: Out of this World book. Reaching an apogee of 6, members in the years just before the Civil War, the Shaker movement was the most extensive, enduring, and successful utopian society Free shipping over $ The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Design a Book Cover: Create Beautiful Book Covers in 20 Minutes or Less by Tim Shaker at Barnes & Noble.
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See more ideas about Shaker furniture, Furniture and Shaker style pins. William F. Winter’s “Shaker Furniture” (Dover). After a long and glowing description of the chairs shown in the same photograph, Winter notes only: “This small, pine, wall cupboard (from the North family, New Lebanon) is a typical convenience of the sisters’ shops.” When I visited the Shaker Village of Pleasant.
Furnishing Utopia, a new exhibition at Design Within Reach’s Soho store, explores how the centuries-old Shaker movement still influences modern-day Author: Alicia Brunker. It’s generally seen as more formal than shaker furniture, although its simple design elements make it a favorite of many people who like both styles.
features mission furniture in rocking chairs, bookcases, coffee table sets and more. Interest in the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, the "Shakers," has steadily increased during the past forty years.
It began primarily with the books of Edward Deming Andrews, whose scholarly commentary and illustrations of the exquisitely simple and functional Shaker furniture introduced the American people to a design concept very different from the.
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As Albert Stevens Crockett observed in his The Waldorf Astoria Bar Book, it is, simply, “a good old American custom.”Author: Chloe Frechette.The simplicity of Shaker cabinet design extends to the hardware used on the cabinets. Knobs, handles and pulls typically are wood or metal, and they may be .