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Rethinking Design by Droog's Renny Ramakers

In the book ‘Renny Ramakers: Rethinking Design – Curator of Change’, author Aaron Betsky shows how Ramakers has emphasized the mix of high and low cultures, the reuse of images, the importance of wit, the necessity of user participation, the elegance of the undressed object and the possibilities of design as a catalyst for social change. It surveys the work Ramakers has done since 1980 as the author of countless articles and books on design, as the promotor of Droog, as project director and curator, and as thinker.
has championed the notion of furniture and industrial design as a reimagination of today’s world for more than three decades,
The book is beautifully designed by Irma Boom Cover of the book
left The book is beautifully designed by Irma Boom
right Cover of the book

Rethinking Design

Aaron Betsky

Irma Boom

Droog Design

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