Eileen Gray

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 essays
  • Short Essay On Eileen Gray

    1455 Words  | 6 Pages

    the Anglo-Irish designer and architect Eileen Gray.”. The truth in this simple statement gives a glimpse into the lifelong vision of a leading proponent of the mid 20th century design. Eileen Gray’s works managed to combine clear aesthetic supremacy with qualities that went beyond any artist’s limits around that time. Her voice was vital within this era of design and still continues to exude a clear influence on design today. This essay will discuss Eileen Gray, regarding her position and unique views

  • Eileen Gray 's Design And Design

    1250 Words  | 5 Pages

    stuck in the Art Deco period while the old design with flower patterns and fabric was very common however Eileen 's design used materials like tubular steel, aluminium and glass and people were lacking interest for Eileen Gray’s furniture because it was an unusual design for them. Here is the comparison of what the society would have wanted at the time vs what Eileen Gray designed: Eileen Gray’s design So why is her furniture still in fashion in the twenty first century? It 's not difficult

  • Eileen Gray Essay

    785 Words  | 4 Pages

    Eileen Gray When one talks or thinks of architecture, or the architects, there is a great gender gap, and due to these gaps, some women do not acquire the acknowledgement that is rightfully theirs. As one of the finest architects, designers, and artist of the 20th century, Eileen Gray was and still has not been given any attention as a serious designer/architect, unlike her counter parts, Le Corbusier, De Stijl, Mies van der Rohe, or Frank Lloyd Wright. Eileen Gray spent most of her designing

  • Architecture And Design: Eileen Gray's Approach To Design

    1323 Words  | 6 Pages

    In this essay the architect and or designer I will be writing about is Eileen Gray. The main aspects that will be discussed are her approach to design and her philosophies related to it, how she uses form, ornamentation, structure and materials in regards to her furniture and architectural designs. Also considered will be how she uses spacial organisation within her buildings, the use of light and the minimalistic style she so favoured for her buildings designs. The following designs will be mentioned

  • Essay: the Bad Seed

    875 Words  | 4 Pages

    The world itself is full of people and the secrets hidden within. A prime example of this are from books like The Bad Seed by William March and We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson. These two novels both contain characters with many secrets, many dark secrets that cause them to hide and live away from society. In a sense, these characters live in “secret worlds”. Starting off with The Bad Seed, Rhoda, the main character who is responsible for violent crimes and her mother Christine

  • Eileen Fisher Case Study Essay

    1217 Words  | 5 Pages

    | While reading through Eileen Fisher, Repositioning the Brand, it became apparent early on that the company’s main issue was relevancy—an issue that many companies face in today’s market. Keeping the company current in order to attract new customers while not abandoning already loyal customers in the process is a huge challenge that EILEEN FISHER struggled with. For purposes of differentiating between the company and the person, “EILEEN FISHER” shall refer to the company for the duration of this

  • Polly In Regeneration

    1155 Words  | 5 Pages

    Based on things happen in the first half of the novel, here are my predictions of things may happen on the second half: first, Colin will go back to 1940 and rescue Polly, Mike and Eileen; second, relationship between Eileen and the vicar will be deepen; third, Mary and Polly are in fact the same person. First of all, I predict that Colin will go to 1940 and rescue Polly mainly because of a foreshadowing conversation between Polly and Colin. When Colin tries to convince Polly to accept his love,

  • Connie Willis Book Report

    1389 Words  | 6 Pages

    saying came to my mind immediately after reading Connie Willis’ .   is a book that continues to give me surprises and it taught me things that may take me decades to understand. talks about a group of historians, Polly, Merope (always refers to as Eileen), Michael (used name “Mike” when doing assignments in the past)  and Colin in the 2060s who travel back in time to observe historic events. However, they met troubles during the assignments and accidently changed history. They found themselves trapped

  • Contrasting Responsibility in Carver's "Fever" and Baldwin's "Sonny's Blues"

    1546 Words  | 7 Pages

    What allows a human being to constantly face-up to the responsibilities of life? What makes a mother or father continue to clothe, feed, and pick up their child from school? What makes a person wake up every morning to go to a job he or she hates, come home, and begin the whole process the following morning? Is it "responsibility" that makes a person do what they have to do, or rather is it fearing the consequence? Truthfully, this would depend on the situation. Parents would most likely fulfill

  • Similarities And Differences Between Lord Of The Flies And The Bad Seed

    1304 Words  | 6 Pages

    Though 1954's Lord of The Flies and 1956's The Bad Seed seem like separate entities with their own differing interpretations of morals and ethics, upon closer analysis they may be more related than we realized. So the question begs to be asked: Just how similar are they? Do their differences make them separate or do the differences inadvertently drive the two together? First off, they both concentrate on vulgarity in humans, whether carried out by genetics and human character like the murderous Shirley