Every Home Should Have One!
The Appliance Age in New Zealand
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||260 x 230|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Subject Classification||Industrial chemistry & manufacturing technologies / Other manufacturing technologies / Household appliances manufacture|
- Every Home Should Have One celebrates New Zealand appliance history. The revolutionary washing machine, radios, Irons and of course our High-Definition TV sets. They are all covered.
- Contains over 250 full-colour photographs, not only of the appliances but also how they featured in a house setting.
- Fun extracts of classic advertisements and a lively and engaging narrative.
- The book will have a wide l appeal to New Zealanders who enjoy nostalgia, families wanting to show their grandkids what was on trend in their day, retro enthusiasts .
- Covers a 50 year period from 1938 to 1988 when New Zealand manufacturers such as Zip, Shacklock and Fisher & Paykel transformed our lives.
- Author Terry Moyle knows his stuff, he has spent many hours finding and photographing hundreds of appliances to bring this book to life
Terry Moyle is a professional artist, author and poet. His titles with New Holland Publishing are Art Deco Airports looking at the relationship between aviation and Art Deco design in the 1920s and 1930s and Art Deco New Zealand: An Illustrated Guide. Terry collaborates with artist Rosie Louise as Contour Creative Studio. He resides in the Kaipara town of Kaiwaka, New Zealand. Terry was born in Matamata and has an MA (Hons) in English literature from the University of Waikato.