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People to Scale for Achitectural Models

People to Scale for Achitectural Models

@hermanmiller Alexander Girard Plain weave in white with every third weft doubled. Warp contains supplementary binding warps. Number 356.

Alexander Girard Plain weave in white with every third weft doubled. Warp contains supplementary binding warps.

Letter from Girard to Mrs. Irwin Miller, 1963, 1/2.  In the spring of 1963, Alexander Girard and Xenia Miller met in New York to shop for furniture for the Miller House. Following that trip, Girard forwarded a photograph of Herman Miller’s 675 Lounge Chair designed by Charles Eames. Mrs. Miller writes at the bottom of the Girard’s memo, “Don’t like for den even in brass.”

Letter from Girard to Mrs. Irwin Miller, 1963, 1/2. In the spring of 1963, Alexander Girard and Xenia Miller met in New York to shop for furniture for the Miller House. Following that trip, Girard forwarded a photograph of Herman Miller’s 675 Lounge Chair designed by Charles Eames. Mrs. Miller writes at the bottom of the Girard’s memo, “Don’t like for den even in brass.”

Alexander Girard, Design drawing for textile panel, early 1970s

Karen Longs posted Alexander Girard, Design drawing for textile panel, early to their -design concepts/ideas- postboard via the Juxtapost bookmarklet.

@hermanmiller Alexander Girard Regular pattern of linear shapes in light yellow and red on an orange-yellow ground.

Alexander Girard Regular pattern of linear shapes in light yellow and red on an orange-yellow ground.

Alexander Girard wing, Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe.  None of the pieces in the museum are labeled. Objects from diverse cultures are displayed together to demonstrate that there is only one mankind.

Alexander Girard wing, Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe. None of the pieces in the museum are labeled. Objects from diverse cultures are displayed together to demonstrate that there is only one mankind.

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