Title: Ulm 14/15/16 : Zeitschrift Der Hochschule ...
Publisher: Hochschule Für Gestaltung, Deutschland, Ulm
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Illustrated Wraps
Book Condition: Very Good
94 pp. 123 b/w figures and illustrations. Journal of the Ulm School for Design. Contents include an abridged version of a lecture by Rayner Banham entitled "Servants of the Public Will", articles by Tomas Maldonado - "The Role of the Industrial Designer in the Steel Industry", Herbert Ohl - "Industrialized Building With Steel", Gui Bonsiepe - "Visual-Verbal Rhetoric". Features on design projects by teachers and by students, diploma projects and designs by graduates, reports on the Werkbund meetings, the ICSID working group in Ulm and the Congress in Vienna. Obituary for professor Hans Gugelot. Bilingual edition with text in German/English. Internally clean with age toning at the extremities. Sound binding. Faint liquid spotting on the foredge. Illustrated wraps are shelf worn and dust soiled with age toned extremities and a 1 cm tear at the foot of the spine. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 007391
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