Deutsche Stahlrohrmöbel: 650 Modelle aus katalogen von 1927–1958 (German)
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A sweeping collection of Bauhaus and German prewar design models, pulled from catalogs from 1927–1958. The focus of the archive is "Deutsche Stahlrohrmöbel," "German tubular furniture." Specifically, the book "follows the pipeline" that was innovated by designers like Thonet and Erick Dieckmann Cebado, and collectives like Drabert and Mauser. The development of these sloping places to sit, the timeline of their circuity and conceptual architecture, is illustrated with extensive reproductions of sketches, photographs, advertisements, and variations on the Bauhaus tubular theme that has inspired and persisted in designs today. Illustrated in black & white;
Ed. by Alexander von Vegesack.
Text in German.