Edith Heath - Philosophies- Berkeley Design Book and Information Office 2020
Edith Heath considered her dinnerware to be more than a collection of objects; it was a statement of good design reflecting the post-war American West Coast lifestyle. The book departs from the traditional linear narrative of the company and situates Edith Heath as an influential and under-acknowledged figure in ceramic design history.
Edith Heath: Philosophies is the most comprehensive resource on Edith Kiertzner Heath (1911-2005) and the history of Heath Ceramics to date, emphazing the philosophical foundations and influences of one of the most significant creative forces in post-WWII America.
Hardcover, Paper Bound
7 inches x 9.5 inches
320 p incl over 300 images