12 Gegenstaende

ISBN 978-3-89986-223-2
Language deutsch
Year of publication 2015
Pages 224
Cover Paperback
Illustrations 25 Photos and plans
Dimensions 5.8 x 8.3 in
Delivery period 5 to 10 weekdays

12 Gegenstaende

Twelve objects tell a hundred years of industrial design history. The book presents products that were made
between 1914 and 2004 and changed people’s everyday lives, designs that were marketed with new strategies,
and objects that convey the way of life of a particular decade. Whether it is the Wonder Bowls by Earl Silas Tupper, the Valentine typewriter by Ettore Sottsass, or
the iPod mini byJonathan Ive – design icons are brought to life in twelve contributions and through interviews
with renowned designers and authors.

Sophie Jung (born 1981) is an art historian, and is currently working in Berlin as an art critic and editor.
Stephen Palmer (born 1965) is an historian and publisherbased in Melbourne, Australia. In collaboration with the HfG-Archiv / Ulmer Museum, Sophie Jung and Stephen Palmer developed 12 Gegenstände into an interdisciplinary,
publishing project, that has also become the conceptual basis for the corresponding exhibition at the
HfG-Archiv Ulm

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