The G Plan Revolution

The G Plan Revolution

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

£30.00

This book is a historical account of the development of vintage furniture design in the fifties and particularly the sixties.

This book is a historical account of the development of vintage furniture design in the fifties and particularly the sixties. However, the emphasis is on an interesting and entertaining read for the popular market, rather than an academic textbook. The publication is also a good guide for the collector or anyone with an interest in vintage retro furniture. The “G Plan Revolution” is a colourful, hardback, packed with period advertisements from companies such as E Gomme Ltd and Ercol Furniture Ltd. It has instant appeal to anyone who remembers G Plan in its heyday, or those who have an interest in collecting furniture from the sixties or a general nostalgia for the era. This furniture book not only discusses G-Plan, including the history of E Gomme Ltd, but also many other furniture manufacturers of this period.

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4 reviews for The G Plan Revolution

  1. Lauren

    Beautiful book, makes a great gift.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mike

    GREAT REFERENCE, AND FAB FOR RESTING YOUR PLATE ON!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Skyrat

    This book is fantastic – from the funky layout to the fantastic images, facsimile copies of Gplan brochures and intelligent text providing social context and product development this handbook gives the reader everything to be able to recognise style, period and manufacturer for many product ranges. Anyone who thought G plan was boring – or for those of us who grew up surrounded by 60s and 70s interiors but never fully appreciated them at the time – should take the opportunity to grab this book with both hands – pour a Campari and Soda, park the Capri and luxuriate in retro fabulousness

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Christofer

    The book’s design is fantastic! It help immerse you in the atmosphere of the period. Laid out like an old-fashioned furniture catalogue on thick matt paper. It comes complete with colour layouts from vintage magazines that show now G-Plan was used in the home.

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