Bruno Munari: Square, Circle, Triangle
- Bruno Munari uses examples from ancient Greece and Egypt, as well as works by Le Corbusier and Alvar Aalto.
- He invests the three shapes with specific qualities: the circle relates to the divine, the square signifies safety and enclosure, and the triangle provides a key connective form for designers.
- Munari was one of the great designers of the 20th century who contributed to the fields of sculpture, painting, design and photography.
- This book is sure to catch the eye of Munari fans, as well as introduce his theories to new audiences as he has a wide following within the graphic design and art - world communities.
- Paperback, 280 pages.