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Who is Mel Byars?
Mel Byars, American design historian Byars studied journalism in the 1950s in his native South Carolina. He subsequently settled in New York City and eventually became active as an art director or creative director for a number of publishers, such as Prentice-Hall and McGraw-Hill, and for advertising agencies, including Leber Katz Partners.
- born on (77 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Historian
- written works: "50 Beds", "Nuevas Sillas", "50 Sports Wares", "100 Designs/100 Years", "The design encyclopedia", "New chairs", "50 chairs", "Oliver Vogt & Hermann Weizenegger", "50 Products", "On/off", "Best Tables, Chairs, Lights", "50 Tables", "Design in Steel", "100 Disenos - 100 Anos", "The Chairs of Frank Lloyd Wright", "50 LIGHTS"
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Philadelphia: Philadelphia College of Art, 1981 Byars, Mel, "Florence Knoll" in Mel Byars and Russell Flinchum (editors), 50 American Designers, Washington, DC: Preservation Press, forthcoming "Distinguished Interior Architecture for CBS" in ...
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