Claude Lichtenstein, Franz Engler (eds.)

Stromlinienform

Streamlined objects are part of everyday life. Over 600 remarkable photographs in this fascinating book illustrate both the degree to which streamlining has become a metaphor for progress as well as the variety of expressions of this phenomenon. Streamlining made design history by uniting previously unrelated components as a single homogeneous form. Elements are ordered and fused into a new entity. The articles in this first solid appraisal of the subject discuss scientific, historical and cultural aspects in language nonspecialists can understand.

This book is also available in English

Edited by Claude Lichtenstein, Franz Engler

30 x 24 cm
320 pages, 600 illustrations
hardback
1992, 978-3-906700-47-2, German
Out of Print