Goods: Interior Products from Sketch to Use


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In this book, 59 iconic and contemporary design products are analysed and featured from conceptual design sketch to realisation.

Whether crafted by the hands of a carpenter, made by glassblowers in the Bavarian forest or rolling off a belt in a high-tech production facility, every product has a story to tell.

The product’s story, however, doesn’t end the moment it is finished and launched to the public. It continues its journey to its final destination in an interior. Therefore, this book also shows international reference projects where these products have been used successfully. Each design is featured on eight pages with producer and designer profiles, contact details, drawings, sketches, renderings and photos of the making-of process, the finished product and interiors.

The selected products have emerged from the sketchbooks of designers like Arik Levy, BarberOsgerby, Estudio Campana, Jean-Marie Massaud, Konstantin Grcic , Patricia Urquiola and UNStudio, and are made in cooperation with brands like Edra, Herman Miller, Interstuhl, Moooi, Vitra, Vorwerk Carpets and Zumtobel.


  • 59 iconic design products analysed in detail.
  • Not just the making-of, but also the products use in interiors is shown.
  • Divided into nine chapters: bathroom, doors, floor and wall covering, kitchen, lighting, seating, space in space, storage and display and tables.
  • Indexed according to manufacturer, designer and product for easy navigation.

Publication Details

  • Released September 2013
  • Frame Publishers
  • Edited by Sarah de Boer-Schultz
  • Graphic design by Zoe Bar-Pereg, Barbara Iwanicka, Adriaan Mellegers
  • English
  • 500 pages / full colour / hardcover
  • 220 x 280 mm
  • ISBN 978-90-77174-69-2
  • €45.00 (excluding shipping costs)


  • 'The exciting and new elements to the book are the conceptual sketch designs included in each example, often showing sketchbook first ideas, then moving to renderings of the product, plus images of the manufacturing process. Top marks to the graphic design team for a stylish layout using architects’ blueprint blue text and motifs – we are fans!' (Arts Thread resource website, United Kingdom)

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