Design Dictionary (Board of International Research in by Michael Erlhoff
By Michael Erlhoff
Dieses Wörterbuch bietet die interessante und kategoriale Grundlage für einen ernsthaften internationalen Diskurs über layout. Es ist das Handbuch für alle, die mit layout beruflich und in der Ausbildung zu tun haben, sich dafür interessieren, sich daran vergnügen und layout begreifen wollen.
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Chicago industrialist Walter Paepcke and his wife Elizabeth founded the design conference in 1951. Their idea of bringing together diverse skills to approach problems from different perspectives was reflected in the diversity of the participants invited to the conference. As a result, author Max Frisch (1956), composer John Cage (1966), and video artist Nam June Paik (1971) have all contributed to the development of design philosophy. Choosing Aspen as the conference’s venue was also significant.
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. ASPEN 32 John Ruskin did the same by condemning, among other cities, Manchester and Liverpool, both enormously successful centers of industry, and praising the countryside and the very traditional country house style, even when this was already sentimentally nostalgic (> Nostalgia). This definitely found supporters, for example in early work of the Italian Futurist architect Sant’Elia or in the Garden City Movement. William Morris explained his program in his novel News from Nowhere (1890), a mixture of absurdly simplified socialist concepts (advocating the abolition of money, the partial dissolution of the family and the end of the division of labor) with a jubilant abolition of any and all industrialization, and a complete return to medieval ideals of craftsmanship and the simple life.
In 1928, Gropius left the Bauhaus. Swiss architect Hannes Meyer succeeded him, but was forced to step down in 1930 under pressure from the National Socialists. Meyer’s successor, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, attempted to depoliticize the school—albeit, with little success. In 1932, again under National Socialist pressure, the Bauhaus was forced to leave Dessau and move to Berlin, where it closed its doors in 1933. The Bauhaus was influential in developing a new pedagogical concept for educating designers.