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Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Ulm Design The Morality of Objects

Title, Year

Ulm Design The Morality of Objects
Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm 1953–1968, 1991

Editor

Herbert Lindinger (b. 1933)

Publisher, Size (h x w)

MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 10.5 x 9.25", 288 pp., English

From 1955 to 1968, the HfG Ulm exerted an influence that no one could have predicted from its small size, improbable location or short lifespan. Under the direction of Max Bill, Tomas Maldonado and Otl Aicher, the school became an extraordinary laboratory of design and center of talent and is still considered the most important European school of design since the Bauhaus. Authored by Herbert Lindinger (HfG Professor of Design, 1962–68) with text by Reyner Banham, Max Bill, Kenneth Frampton and Tomas Maldonado with nearly 600 illustrations. A definitive reference including: an historical account of the school, a descriptive compendium of objects and designs, an assessment of the school's curriculum, a profile of student life and a roster of the faculty and guest instructors. Superb!

A fine hardcover in a nearly fine jacket with a light spine slant.

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