Taste: The Secret Meaning of Things  

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Taste: The Secret Meaning of Things (1991) is a book Stephen Bayley.

From the publisher:

British design critic Stephen Bayley has drawn on a vast range of sources to create an original study of a subject he feels is "notoriously elusive and naggingly present". The history of art, architecture and design points to much dispute about taste, and Bayley takes the opportunity to discuss those famous for their good taste, high style, and wretched excess. Illustrated.

See also

taste, secret, meaning, thing




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