Airworld. Design and Architecture for Air Travel
Over the past one hundred years, no other means of transportation has been so\nprofoundly transformed as the aeroplane. Within a mere eight decades, since the first regular airline flights in 1919, flying has gone from being the adventurous, exclusive pleasure of a select few to an almost everyday mass phenomenon.\nDuring this time, civilian air travel not only created its own technical standards, but\nalso produced its own aesthetic: cabin interiors, airport architecture, airline corporate design, flight attendant uniforms, and tableware.\nWith many illustrations and archival materials that have never before been presented to the public, this book is dedicated to this airworld and the designers, architects, graphic artists, and fashion designers that created it. Nine richly illustrated essays explore the history of air travel from the perspective of design and architectural history, thus offering a unique source for those interested in design as well as those with a passion for the history ofair travel.\nIn the spirit of Andy Warhol: Airplanes and airports have my favorite kind of food service, my favorite kinds of entertainment, my favorite graphics and colors, the best security checks, the best views, the best employees and the best optimism.
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