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100 of the World’s Best Houses

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This one does what it says on the cover and with text at a premium it’s a real visual aid and essential if studying architecture in the classroom. Useful for all key stages but I have found it particularly useful at A Level.
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Concorde

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A book devoted to possibly the most beautiful machine of our times. Detailed photographs throughout, a simply stunning book, its applications in the classroom are endless
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Cult Watches: The World’s Enduring Classics

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A fantastic piece of reference material featuring the most famous and important watches ever made. Excellent resource which encourages the study of detail and the appreciation of tradition within design.

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Cartier: The Tank Watch

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A very specific publication only really for the connoisseur. The book looks in detail at one of the finest watches of our time. Still produced today the “tank” is a master class in design and illustrates perfectly the ethos behind the Bauhaus principal that being the love of machine art. The watch itself is based on the intricacies and “track” of a World War 1 tank and is beautifully illustrated in this book. Much cheaper than buying the real thing, a good tool for the teacher looking a bit deeper into the classic design movements (excuse the pun).
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Gucci by Gucci: 85 Years of Gucci by Aldo Gucci

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The title kind of sells the book, this one is pretty important if studying textiles and or graphics. Iconic designs displayed as they should be, flawlessly.

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Chanel: Collections and Creations

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If you are studying textiles in any form then I would suggest this publication is a must, how could it not be? If you want your pupils to design well, then surely showing them the best is a good start?

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