Karim Rashid – Industrial Design



2000, Art & Design
Presented By: Karim Rashid

You know that sexy Garbo wastebasket by Umbra? Karim Rashid. Issey Miyake’s distinctive scent bottles? Rashid. Nambe’s sleek, polished-alloy “kissing” salt and pepper shakes that just happen to be in the collections at the Museum of Modern Art in both New York and San Francisco? Yep, they’re by Rashid, too.

He speaks to ideacity about the future of industrial and product design.

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