Bye bye Dieter Rams :(
Joseph Becker, Assistant Curator of Architecture & Design:
The exhibition was received wonderfully by all of our visitors and the design community here, and I am confident that we will have a newly inspired generation of thinkers, makers and doers in the Bay Area and beyond!
Posted on Thursday, March 1st 2012
Any record would look great on of of these.
Did we mention our Dieter Rams exhibition closes tomorrow? Get on in here, people!
Posted on Sunday, February 19th 2012
In case you’re unaware, Martha Stewart is genius. Screen grab from iPad app, special issue.
Posted on Tuesday, February 7th 2012
Reblogged from bocharles
Who’s gonna be 1st to write a love letter to a Dieter Rams design?
(If it’s really good, we might even give you a free Dieter Rams catalog… just sayin’)
Braun Phonosuper (SK 4), 1956
Designers Hans Gugelot and Dieter Rams
Photographer Koichi Okuwaki
(via Art Tattler/SFMOMA)
Posted on Friday, February 3rd 2012
Reblogged from Mayan Handball Court by Rob Simons
Have you seen our Dieter Rams exhibition yet? It closes Feb. 20, so get on in here if you haven’t!
Posted on Thursday, February 2nd 2012
Reblogged from imagine dragons
The secret to true sustainability, as we are now discovering some 50 years on from 606’s launch is in longevity, durability, and flexibility – all of which can be achieved through careful thought and reductionist design.
Posted on Tuesday, January 24th 2012
Love the rich reds and cool whites in this photo of our Dieter Rams exhibit by Flickr user “TheQ.”
Posted on Friday, January 13th 2012
Source Flickr / theq
Does Dieter Rams live up to his own immortal design ethos? Yes and no—and that offers all of us lessons to learn.
Posted on Thursday, January 5th 2012
Objectified screens tonight at SFMOMA as part of our Inspired by Dieter Rams film series!
Posted on Thursday, December 22nd 2011
Love these no-nonsense watches from Uniform Wares, inspired by the design aesthetic of Dieter Rams!
Posted on Saturday, December 17th 2011
Dieter Rams’ work for Braun between the late 50s until 1995 is the direct inspiration for much of todays Apple product design. So, in a way it redefined todays approach to designing products through it’s influence of one of todays most influential opinion leaders in product design.
Read more: Less Is More
Posted on Tuesday, November 29th 2011