Collection by Heather Corcoran

Discover the Most Prolific Modern Designer You've Never Heard Of

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Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates the legacy of one of the last century's most overlooked industrial designers, Peter Muller-Munk.

German-born industrial designer Peter Muller-Munk moved to Pittsburgh in 1935, and there the silversmith expanded his...
Now, the Carnegie Museum of Art takes a look at the designer's four-decade career in the exhibition, Silver to Steel:...
The exhibition features more than 120 works of hand-wrought silver and popular mid-century products, like Muller-Munk's...
In 1945, Muller-Munk left a teaching position at the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh (now Carnegie...
Working with clients like the Mobay Chemical Company, PMMA pushed the boundaries in design materials for a new age,...
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