Hans Bellmann - protagonist of Swiss living culture

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Hans Bellmann (1911–1990) is one of the most important protagonists of Swiss home decor and had a major influence on it in the 1950s and 1960s. Shaped by his studies at the Bauhaus in Dessau and Berlin and his work with Mies van der Rohe, Bellmann symbolically formulated the wishes of the life plans of his time in his independent and consistent work. The Swiss Werkbund honored this achievement with a dozen 'Die Gute Form' awards. After his return to Switzerland in 1934, Hans Bellmann began his cooperation with the company Wohnbedarf AG. As a freelance architect and designer, he developed furniture, built single-family homes, set up furniture shops and designed industrial products. He was also a lecturer at the Zurich School of Applied Arts and the Ulm School of Design.
This first monograph presents the work of Hans Bellmann in detail: with a classifying essay as well as many newly created photographs and texts on the individual objects.

Author: Joan Billig & Samuel Eberli
Size: 32.5 x 23.8 x 2.2 cm
Number of pages: 160 p.
Publisher: Scheidegger & Spiess
Language: German
Binding: Hard Binding
Release year : 2015

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Soft hills, warmth of the sun, silence, in the distance you can hear the sheep, on the hills the carpets are spread out to dry, colored surfaces in the otherwise so calm landscape. This image presents itself to the viewer when visiting the carpet regions of Morocco.

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