Kenneth Grange

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Kenneth Grange
Making Britain Modern

28 x 23
 cm | 11 x 9 in

160 ills | 224 pages

Contributors Gemma Curtin, Fiona MacCarthy, Deyan Sudjic, Penny Sparke

Kenneth Grange: Making Britain Modern is the first book to document the work of the internationally renowned post-war British product and industrial designer Kenneth Grange.

Since 1947 Kenneth Grange has worked with a range of high-profile clients including British Rail, Wilkinson Sword, Manganese Bronze, and products as varied as the Anglepoise lamp, the black cab and high-speed inner city train. Grange is one of the founding partners of the famous design consultancy Pentagram, where he has worked with a number of high-profile clients including Kodak and Kenwood. 

Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Design Museum, Kenneth Grange: Making Britain Modern celebrates the career of one of the truly great figures of modern British design; featuring previously unpublished interviews and specially commissioned photography of his work. The book also includes essays by renowned commentators on Modern British design including Deyan Sudjic, Director of the Design Museum, London, and cultural historian and widely published writer on design, Fiona MacCarthy.