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Lipps, Andrea

Overview
Works: 13 works in 35 publications in 4 languages and 648 library holdings
Genres: Exhibition catalogs  History  Academic theses 
Roles: Editor, Author, Collector
Classifications: NK1397, 745.4
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Andrea Lipps
The senses : design beyond vision by Ellen Lupton( Book )

9 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 273 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Senses: Design Beyond Vision explores different ways that contemporary designers are engaging sensory experience. This important book accompanies a major exhibition organized by Cooper Hewett, Smithsonian Design Museum, opening April 2018. The book features thematic essays on topics ranging from design for the table to tactile graphics, tactile sound, and visualizing the senses. Manifestos and guidelines written by leading thinkers are calls to action for multisensory design practice. This book is meant for students and professionals working in diverse fields, including products, interiors, graphics, interaction, sound, animation, and data visualization. The book is edited by Cooper Hewitt curators Ellen Lupton and Andrea Lipps, with essays by Lupton, Lipps, and other contributors, and designed by David Genco with Ellen Lupton"--
Beauty : Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial by National Design Triennial( Book )

5 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 168 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Beauty -- the book, born out of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's 2015 Triennial of the same name, curated by Andrea Lipps and Ellen Lupton -- showcases some of the most exciting and provocative design created around the globe during the past three years. These pages aim not to emphasize the hidden beauty in the everyday -- a beloved teapot or favorite shoe -- but to locate transformational beauty in contemporary design that is exuberant, ethereal, atmospheric, experiential, exceptional or sublime. Sixty-two designers represent a vast range of disciplines from architecture, fashion, digital, graphic, and product design, to interiors, hair, nail and lighting design. The objects featured cause us to take pause, catch our breath and get lost in our pursuit to understand or explain them. Designed by the innovative Kimberly Varella, the book is itself a tactile, fluid and provocative interpretation of beauty. Varella's design provides unexpected points of entry, playing with the concepts of beauty by using reflective surfaces, hot pink thread weaving pages together and a "heart" of the book, from which all else flows. Ethereal, Intricate, Extravagant, Transformative, Transgressive, Elemental and Emergent Beauty are the seven themes. Each section includes the individual designers in conversation with the curators about her or his process and beauty's differing forms, punctuated by rich galleries of their work, generating the ultimate feast for the senses"--Publisher's description
Nature : collaborations in design by National Design Triennial( Book )

7 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 130 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Designers today are striving to transform our relationship with the natural world. While the modern industrial age gave way to designs that vastly improved human enterprise through technology, there were unintended and destructive consequences for the environment. Humans are intrinsically linked to nature yet our actions have frayed this relationship, forcing designers to think more intentionally and to consider the impact of every design decision, from an artifact's manufacture and use to its obsolescence. Designers are aligning with biologists, engineers, agriculturists, environmentalists and many other disciplines to design a more harmonious and regenerative future. Based on these new partnerships, designers are asking different questions and anticipating future challenges, which not only change the design process, but also what design means. 0'Nature: Collaborations in Design' includes over sixty-five international projects from the fields of architecture, product design, landscape design, fashion, interactive and communication design, and material research. More than 300 compelling and exquisite photographs, illustrations and content from data visualizations illustrate seven essays, which explain and explore designers' strategies around understanding, simulating, salvaging, facilitating, augmenting, remediating and nurturing nature. Four conversations between scientists and designers delve into topics related to synthetic biology, scientific versus design lexicon, and recent shifts in the meaning of nature with a glossary illuminating scientific, technological and theoretical concepts and processes invoked by the designers.--Exhibition: Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, USA & CUBE Design Museum, Kerkrade, The Netherlands (10.05.2019-20.01.2020)
Joris Laarman Lab by Joris Laarman( Book )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 51 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Furniture generated by smart algorithms, the first fully functional 3-D printed steel bridge, and a 3-D printable chair that can be downloaded from the Internet these are but a few examples of the ingenious oeuvre of Dutch designer and inventor Joris Laarman (b. 1979), who works at the intersection of design, art and engineering. Part of the recent high-profile Dutch design movement, Laarman quickly set himself apart from his peers with the Heat Wave Radiator, which erases the lines between the functional and the decorative. Quickly embracing digital technologies and applying them to the traditional field of design, Laarman has produced instant icons such as the '"Bone Chair'" designs, which harnesses a computer algorithm to mimic bone growth for the form of the designs. He has also bridged the distance between digital technology and craftsmanship with his Makerchair, downloadable as an open-source design. Abolishing the distinctions between natural and manmade, Laarman's work opens a new avenue for the future of design. In parallel with the touring exhibition, this handsome hardcover catalog with over 300 color illustrations goes far beyond the exhibition, revealing Laarman's process, his studio and numerous designs in office, home and workshop settings. Flowing throughout the book are informative project descriptions, a statement from the LAB and assorted essays
Why design now? : National Design Triennial by Ellen Lupton( Book )

3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Why design now? Designers around the world are answering this question by creating products, proposals, buildings, landscapes, messages, and more that address social and environmental issues and opportunities."--Back cover
Why design now? National Design Triennal by Ellen Lupton( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Esterase-7 [Esterase] der Hausmaus, Darstellung, Identifizierung und Eigenschaften in disk-elektrophoretischen Gelen by Andrea Lipps( )

2 editions published in 1979 in German and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Naze dezain ga hitsuyōnanoka : sekai o kaeru inobēshon no saizensen by National Design Triennial( Book )

1 edition published in 2012 in Japanese and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nature : collaborations in design : Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial by National Design Triennial( Book )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Designers today are striving to transform our relationship with the natural world. Although humans are intrinsically linked to nature, our actions have frayed this relationship, forcing designers to think more intentionally and to consider the impact of every design decision, from an artifact's manufacture and use to its obsolescence. As a result, designers are aligning with biologists, engineers, agriculturists, environmentalists and many other specialists to design a more harmonious and regenerative future. Based on these new partnerships, designers are asking different questions and anticipating future challenges, which not only change the design process, but also what design means. Nature: Collaborations in Design--companion to an exhibition titled Nature--Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial, co-organized with Cube design museum--includes over 65 international projects from the fields of architecture, product design, landscape design, fashion, interactive and communication design, and material research. More than 300 compelling and exquisite photographs, illustrations and content from data visualizations illustrate seven essays, which explain and explore designers' strategies around understanding, simulating, salvaging, facilitating, augmenting, remediating and nurturing nature. Four conversations between scientists and designers delve into topics related to synthetic biology, scientific versus design lexicon and recent shifts in the meaning of nature with a glossary illuminating scientific, technological and theoretical concepts and processes invoked by the designers."--ECIP galley
Beauty : Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial by National Design Triennial( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Beauty -- the book, born out of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum's 2015 Triennial of the same name, curated by Andrea Lipps and Ellen Lupton -- showcases some of the most exciting and provocative design created around the globe during the past three years. These pages aim not to emphasize the hidden beauty in the everyday -- a beloved teapot or favorite shoe -- but to locate transformational beauty in contemporary design that is exuberant, ethereal, atmospheric, experiential, exceptional or sublime. Sixty-two designers represent a vast range of disciplines from architecture, fashion, digital, graphic, and product design, to interiors, hair, nail and lighting design. The objects featured cause us to take pause, catch our breath and get lost in our pursuit to understand or explain them. Designed by the innovative Kimberly Varella, the book is itself a tactile, fluid and provocative interpretation of beauty. Varella's design provides unexpected points of entry, playing with the concepts of beauty by using reflective surfaces, hot pink thread weaving pages together and a "heart" of the book, from which all else flows. Ethereal, Intricate, Extravagant, Transformative, Transgressive, Elemental and Emergent Beauty are the seven themes. Each section includes the individual designers in conversation with the curators about her or his process and beauty's differing forms, punctuated by rich galleries of their work, generating the ultimate feast for the senses"--Résumé de l'éditeur
In pursuit of survival and recovery with dignity : design for post-disaster relief in the twentieth century by Andrea Lipps( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Nature : Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial co-organized with Cube design museum( Book )

1 edition published in 2019 in Dutch and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Nature : collaboration in design by Andrea Lipps( Book )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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