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German Design 1949-1989

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More than 30 years after German reunification, German Design 1949–1989: Two Countries, One History presents a comprehensive overview of German design history of the postwar period for the first time ever. With over 300 illustrations and numerous examples from the fields of design—fashion, furniture, graphics, automobile, industrial and interiors—the book shows how design featured in daily life on both sides of the Wall, the important part it played in the reconstruction process and how it served as a propaganda tool during the Cold War. Key objects and protagonists—from Dieter Rams and Otl Aicher in the West to Rudolf Horn and Renate Müller in the East—are presented alongside formative factors such as the Bauhaus legacy and important institutions such as the Hochschule für Gestaltung (HfG) Ulm.

Item Number

SMRBK16

editor

Mateo Kries, Thomas A. Geisler, Erika Pinner, Klara Nemecková. Text by Paul Betts, Greg Castillo, Petra Eisele, Siegfried Gronert

format

Paperback

isbn

9783945852446

pages

320 pgs

product dimensions

8.5" x 11"

publisher

Vitra Design Museum

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