Valentino Heels. Cousins, Alfred Ernest. Page 1 Cousins, Alfred Ernest Engraver, stamp designer This biography was written by Robin Gwynn and was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand BiographyVolume 2, 1993 Alfred Ernest Cousins was born in the Channel Islands at St Helier, Jersey, on 24 October 1852, the son of Elizabeth Coutanche and her husband, Peter Cousins, a carpenter.
From 1868 he served as an apprentice in London with Samuel Stevens, an engraver and brass plate manufacturer, until May 1874 when he sailed to New Zealand on the Conflict. Arriving at Wellington in August, Cousins worked there as an engraver for Robert Burrett for 18 months, and for Lyon and Blair for 6½ years. During his time with Bock, Cousins was introduced to work on postage stamps. This success opened up new horizons for Cousins. Taylor, Edgar. Page 1.
Pocock Design Environment - Team - Sustainable Landscape Architecture. Biography Craig has lived and worked extensively in design and project management in New Zealand, Jordan, Palestine, India and the United States.
He has fourteen years of professional practice as a landscape architect. Much of Craig’s design work focuses on applying the collective knowledge of traditional sustainable practices from the Middle East, Central Asia as well as contemporary sustainable North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Craig has been involved in a number of critiques and lectures at Philadelphia University and Yale University Schools of Architecture on the subjects of cross cultural design and sustainability.
Craig is the examiner for the Sustainable Landscape Design paper at Lincoln University. Craig has also worked with the NZILA to write the guides lines to landscape sustainability for the NZILA design awards and associated articles. Career 2005-Present Director Pocock design:environment Christchurch, New Zealand Alexa LuzaniaProject Manager / Administration. Buxton, Alfred William. Page 1 Alfred William Buxton.
Biography. Lynn Wolfstone is the principal of Wolfstone Landscape Design in Portland, Oregon.
She takes design inspiration from living in the Pacific Northwest – a part of the world known for its spectacular natural beauty and regional commitment to sustainable practices. Lynn upholds these values, saying, “the garden is ultimately a reflection of the homeowner’s tastes and aspirations. I cater to individual needs, and provide council to help clients reach their goals. I try to be an advocate for responsible stewardship, one beautiful garden at a time.” She incorporates suitable plant life for the Northwest climate, avoids harsh chemicals and considers water, sunlight and organic nutrient demands in every design.
Lynn has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Oregon and a degree in Landscape Design from Portland Community College. Kellie Carlin Landscape Design → Biography. Biography Although a lifetime passion, the designing of gardens is a second career for me after working in the wine industry for 15 years.
I have been designing gardens in the Napa and Sonoma valleys and San Francisco since 1997. Designers Biography - Tacchini. Pietro Arosio was born in 1946 in Lissone, near Milan.
He learnt his profession at the research centre of a company specialising in the production of metal furniture for communal spaces. This experience led to the emergence of a design philosophy that developed over time through his work as an industrial designer. John Makepeace Furniture Designer and Maker Biography. The sublime effect of exquisitely chosen materials, perfectly crafted to serve and enhance the human body and soul, makes John Makepeace's work overwhelmingly desirable.
Dame Rosalind Savill, Former Director of The Wallace Collection Biographical notes John Makepeace's career has been an adventure in wood. He first saw fine furniture being made when he was eleven, and then he visited the great cabinet makers in Copenhagen as a teenager. Design and craftsmanship came naturally to him. Early professional recognition led to his work as a design consultant to the all India Handicraft Board, a founding member of the Crafts Council in the UK and a Trustee of the V&A, London.
Twentieth Century Modern Furniture Designer Biographies. To understand more about modern furniture and where it came from we need to look at the innovative and spirational designers that carved the pathway.
Learn how they all participated in creating such a phenominal change in our lives. Get a well rounded view of how these modern furniture designers have changed the way we live today. The history of their journeys and their achievements inspire us all. Without them we would not have reasonably priced, easily accessible, aesthetically pleasing and functional furniture. Many of the clever designs of chairs and tables created by these architects, interior designers and furniture designers are still in production today, making them fall into the category of classic furniture. Modern Furniture Designers NEW Designer Biographies Frank Lloyd Wright, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Alvar Aalto – Alvar Aalto’s design concepts were organic and used the human form. Bauhaus Ettore Sotsass Mario Bellini Memphis Group Pablo Pardo. Alexander McQueen - Fashion Designer.
Lee Alexander McQueen was born on March 17, 1969 into a working-class family living in public housing in London's Lewisham district. Famous Fashion Designers. Each day, we put on clothes that do more than just cover up bodies. We choose clothes that represent our personalities, our moods, the times we live in, our ambitions and our desires. Who are the people behind the designs we wear every day? ADNZ: Architectural Designers New Zealand.