Muriel Cooper

Recent articles about Muriel Cooper

Jacqueline Casey. Science and design

Issue 101, Summer 2021

Feature

Jacqueline Casey was instrumental in developing what became known as the MIT Style. By Elizabeth Resnick [EXTRACT]

Gender and amnesia

Issue 97, Autumn 2018

Review

Women Design features the work of 25 female designers and architects from the Bauhaus to…

Paper trail of a digital pioneer

Issue 96, Spring 2018

Review

The publication of Muriel Cooper will be a cause for celebration among many readers of…

More than a gender

Issue 85, Spring 2013

Review

‘I never set out to be the only woman blah-blah,’ insists Paula Scher, the first…

Woman at the edge of technology

Issue 68, Summer 2008

Feature

Jacqueline Casey’s posters used wit, invention and the grid to reach the essence of each subject.

High and low (a strange case of us and them?)

Issue 7, Summer 1992

Feature

Designers take a superior view of vernacular typography. Is it time to come down from on high?

Big book, little buildings

Issue 34, Winter 1999

Feature

In its first edition, this seminal book was a groundbreaking collision between architecture and graphic design, emphasising 'image' over 'form'