This book focuses on the work of Dick Russell, Gordon Russell's younger brother, and Marian Pepler, Dick's wife, who both trained as architects at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in the late 1920s. A renowned partnership, they worked together from the 1930s onwards, in Dick's case principally on furniture design and architecture, while Marian became well known as a carpet, rug and textile designer, invariably on joint projects. Published by the Gordon Russell Design Museum.
Author: Ray Leigh
Dimensions 210 x 148 x 4mm