Every Thing Design Die Sammlungen des Museum für Gestaltung Zürich

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Edited by: Christian Brändle, Verena Formanek, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich Texts by: Glenn Adamson, Paola Antonelli, Christian Brändle, Verena Formanek, Renate Menzi, Irma Boom German April 2009, 864 Pages, 700 Ills. Hardcover 160mm x 132mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2330-5

How is a design object perceived? How does this perception change over time? Why would a museum include it in a collection, and how is its significance and value established? The descriptive phrase “value change” is used to indicate, over the decades, recurring hallmarks of quality and alterations in the reception of everyday and artistic design culture.Seven hundred objects—prints, handcrafted items, posters, designs—selected from the collection of the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich (founded in 1875), are organized according to various criteria and commented upon here. This results in surprising associations which reexamine the issues of trends, design, production, and reception. As a book, Every Thing Design itself is an extraordinarily unusual object created by Dutch designer Irma Boom, one of the most innovative book designers in the world. (English edition ISBN 978-3-7757-2331-2)Exhibition schedule: Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich, April 4–July 19, 2009

»This is living design history - Zurich's Museum of Design presents 700 items in this packed, compact book. It's a compendium that serves as a basis for discussion on quality and market significance in daily life.«

Designer's Digest

»Thanks to the compact book format, the entire museum can be fitted in your bag.«


»A wonderful publication rich with images.«

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