Wesen und Gestalt der Dinge um uns, Wilhelm Wagenfeld, 1948, First Edition

Wagenfeld, Wilhelm:
Wesen und Gestalt der Dinge um uns,
First Edition, 1948
Ed.: Eduard Stichnote, Potsdam.
Measures: 5,3 x 8,15 inches (13,5 cm x 20,7 cm), 155 p.
Paperback with original cover.

Context: Über die Kunsterziehung in unserer Zeit 1948 ; An den Rand geschrieben 1940 ; Kleine Betrachtungen 1938; Von alltäglichen Dingen 1947 ; Berliner Porzellan 1938; Brief aus der Werkstatt 1946; Glasfachsimpeleien 1937; Über die Aufgaben der Glasindustrie – Aus einem Vortrag in Sheffield 1936; Künstlerische Formprobleme der Industrie 1941; Die Gegenwart in Architektur und Hausrat 1946; Gestaltung des Hausrats 1947; Industriewaren 1947; Export als Kulturspiegel 1943.

Condition: very good, no breaks, no spots, no markings.

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„Wesen und Gestalt der Dinge um uns“ is the only publication of Wilhelm Wagenfeld. The collection of older and newer essays provides a clear and brilliant commitment to the cultural importance of industrial production. It has influenced Wagenfeld’s generation and as well his pupils.

His designs and also his theoretical contributions to modern design made Wilhelm Wagenfeld to one of the most important, internationally renowned pioneers of industrial design.

His path led him by the teaching in Bremen, the Worpswede artists’ colony, the Bauhaus in Weimar, to the factory Schott & Gen. in Jena, to the Vereinigte Lausitzer glass factory to Rosenthal, Peill & Putzler, Braun, Buchsteiner, i.a. and last but not least to the “workshop Wagenfeld” in Stuttgart.

The Wilhelm Wagenfeld foundation in Bremen care for his inherits. His designs are exhibited there and i.a. in the Berlin Bauhaus Archive and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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