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Industrial Design: Documenting Sources: Chicago Manual of Style

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Figure 1. Marcel Breuer, Hooper House, 1961. Reproduced from "A powerful design in fieldstone." Architectural Record 129, no. 6 (May 1961): 70.


Figure 2. Eero Saarinen, Tulip Chair, 1957-58. Reproduced from Domitilla Dardi, Eero Saarinen (Milan: 24 Ore Cultura, 2011), 78-79.



Figure 3. Charles Eames, Rocking Chair, 1948–50. Fiberglass, metal, wood, rubber. Reproduced from Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, (accessed May 20, 2013).

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Paul Makovsky, "The new simplicity: these days, green design is about modesty, restraint, and community." Metropolis 28, no. 2 (October 2008): 157.


Chris Lefteri, Making It: Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design (London: Laurence King Pub, 2012), 100.


Jersey, Bill, et al. Eames the architect and the painter. (New York: First Run Features, 2011), DVD.


"Ray Eames, American 1912-1988," Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, accessed January 13, 2014, http://

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