What comes around, goes around

Sunday, August 15

A presentation by Philip Silverton:

In the mid 19th Century there was an aesthetic reaction to almost one  hundred years of industrial revolution. Whilst the general population was enjoying access to continuing development of affordable products, many were nostalgic for earlier times and crafted products.

As the 20th century progressed, it was other factors that inspired design, many of these factors grew from political movements and accelerating science and technology. My presentation tracks the ideas and causation up until the end of the 1960s but interestingly picks out where the modern world revisited the earlier parts of this design evolution.

If you missed Philip’s presentation, you can view the recording here.