less and more - the design ethos of dieter rams at the design museum, london less and more - the design ethos of dieter rams at the design museum, london
nov 12, 2009

less and more - the design ethos of dieter rams at the design museum, london

less and more – the design ethos of dieter rams at the design museum, london SK 2 Radio, 1955 artur braun/fritz eicher, braun GmbH image by koichi okuwaki

 

 

less and more – the design ethos of dieter rams design museum, london november 18th, 2009 to march 7th, 2010

 

as the head of design at the german consumer electronics manufacturer, braun, dieter rams has emerged as one of the most influential industrial designers of the late 20th century through his legible and rigorous language of design of braun products. this exhibition at the design museum will showcase rams’ landmark designs for braun and furniture manufacturer vitsœ looking at how his philosophy of design influenced  braun’s product range for over 40 years, assessing his influence on the contemporary landscape of design.

superhet VHF and medium wave radio, 1961 designed by dieter rams and hans gugelot

 

TP1 portable phono combination by dieter rams, 1959

 

300 special DL 3 shaver artur braun, 1955 braun, GmbH image by koichi okuwaki

 

dieter rams with radio, tape recorder and speaker model TS 45

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