Rassegna 14, The Materials of Design, 1983


Content includes:
Zig-zags Strips and Shapes by Tilmann Buddensieg
Ceramic as an Industrial Product by Andrea Thym
The Mannesmann Case by Otakar Macel
Necessity: Mother of Invention by Manolo De Giorgio
The Italian Way in Plastics by Giampiero Bosoni
Jean Prouve: The Great Tinsmith by Francois Chaslin
Applied Aluminum by Giampiero Bosoni and Manolo De Giorgi
Depero and the Industrial Art of Buxus by Paolo Thea
Linoleum by Torsten Ziegler
Leo Baekeland and the First Synthetic Material by Patricia Griffiths-Waddle
Pigro: Una nuova “machine a repos”, Progetti di Carlo Bimbie e Nilo Gioacchini, B&B Italia
Galerie Castelli: Allestimenti per lo showroom di Parigi Castelli
Esprit Nouveau: Riproducibilita du un modello, Grandi Lavori Strutture
La qualita della visione: Nove appuntamenti con la pubblicita, iGuzzini illuminazione
Mobili, componibilita, pareti: La serie 505 Large, Progetto di Luca Meda, Molteni & Co.
L’ascensore tra passato e futuro: Nuovi ascensori per edifici risturrati, Sabiem
L’evoluzione della serie: Forni e piani ad incasso, Ariston


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