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Material Design Svg Icons converted to Material-UI React components.





This package provides the Google Material icons packaged as a set of React components.


Install the package in your project directory with:

npm install @material-ui/icons

These components use the Material-UI SvgIcon component to render the SVG path for each icon, and so a have a peer-dependency on the next release of Material-UI.

If you are not already using Material-UI in your project, you can add it with:

// with npm
npm install @material-ui/core

// with yarn
yarn add @material-ui/core


You can use to find a specific icon. When importing an icon, keep in mind that the names of the icons are PascalCase, for instance:

  • delete is exposed as @material-ui/icons/Delete
  • delete forever is exposed as @material-ui/icons/DeleteForever

For "themed" icons, append the theme name to the icon name. For instance with the

  • The Outlined delete icon is exposed as @material-ui/icons/DeleteOutlined
  • The Rounded delete icon is exposed as @material-ui/icons/DeleteRounded
  • The Two Tone delete icon is exposed as @material-ui/icons/DeleteTwoTone
  • The Sharp delete icon is exposed as @material-ui/icons/DeleteSharp

There are three exceptions to this rule:

  • 3d_rotation is exposed as @material-ui/icons/ThreeDRotation
  • 4k is exposed as @material-ui/icons/FourK
  • 360 is exposed as @material-ui/icons/ThreeSixty


  • If your environment doesn't support tree-shaking, the recommended way to import the icons is the following:
import AccessAlarmIcon from '@material-ui/icons/AccessAlarm';
import ThreeDRotation from '@material-ui/icons/ThreeDRotation';
  • If your environment support tree-shaking you can also import the icons this way:
import { AccessAlarm, ThreeDRotation } from '@material-ui/icons';

Note: Importing named exports in this way will result in the code for every icon being included in your project, so is not recommended unless you configure tree-shaking. It may also impact Hot Module Reload performance.


If you are upgrading an existing project from Material-UI 0.x.x, you will need to revise the import paths from material-ui/svg-icons/<category>/<icon-name> to @material-ui/icons/<IconName>.

We have built a jscodeshift codemod to help you upgrade


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