Table of contents for Exploring materials : creative design for everyday objects / Inna Alesina and Ellen Lupton.

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	introduction
	pp	How to Use This Book
unlock ideas
	pp	Case Study: Using Materials for Inspiration 
study, prototype, test 
	pp	Journey through the Design Process
	pp	Identify the Problem
	pp	Widen the problem
	pp	Field Research
	pp	Brainstorm with materials
	pp	Get Inspired 
	pp	Sketch 
	pp	Prototype and test
	
know your values
	pp 	Questions: Why Design?
	pp	Sustainability
	pp	Biomimicry
	pp	Education
	pp	Multifunctionality and Simplicity
	pp	Accessibility
	pp	Social responsibility
	
think with materials
	pp	Visual Glossary: Everyday Uses and 
		Inspiring Experiments
	pp	Cardboard, corrugated
	pp	Cardboard, non-corrugated
	pp	Clay
	pp	Concrete
	pp	Fabric, stretch/knit
	pp	Fabric, non-woven
	pp	Fabric, woven
	pp	Felt, sheet
	pp	Felt, shaped
	pp	Foam, closed cell
	pp	Foam, open cell
	pp	Glass
	pp	Honeycomb structures
	pp	Inflatables
	pp	Leather
	pp	Mesh 
	pp	Mesh, diamond
	pp	Paper
	pp	Paper Pulp, molded.
	pp	Plastic, bio
	pp	Plastic film 
	pp	Plastic, molded
	pp	Plastic sheet
	pp	Rod, composite
	pp	Rod, metal
	pp	Rod, wooden
	pp	Rod, as a structural member
	pp	Rope/cable
	pp	Rope/yarn
	pp	Rubber
	pp	Metal, sheet
	pp	Tube
	pp	Webbing
	pp	Wire
	pp	Wood
	pp	Wood, plywood and veneer
make it real
	pp	Turning Prototypes into Products
	pp	Refine and Develop
	pp	Protect
	pp	Produce
	pp	Communicate and Present
	pp	Sell
	pp	acknowledgments
	pp	bibliography
	pp	index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Materials.
Design, Industrial.