Edith Heath, founded Heath Ceramics in Sausalito, California, in 1948. The company grew to acclaim and established Edit Heath as a leading figure in American post-war design history. This new book offers a comprehensive review of Heath’s philosophical foundations and influences. It features a visually dynamic historical timeline of Heath’s life and career, a history of products and dinnerware glazes, and a collection of essays contributed by noted design historians and designers. Includes more than 340 rarely seen photographs and documents. Published by the University of California Berkeley.
Author(s)/Editor(s): Jennifer M. Volland, Chris Marino
Hardcover, 300 pages, 7" x 9.6"