By Bernhard E. Burdek
Der Autor zeigt die Entwicklung des Designs von seinen Anfängen im ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert über die wichtigsten Bewegungen des 20. Jahrhunderts bis hin zur biologischen Wende, die das 21. Jahrhundert bestimmen wird. Die wichtigsten Grundlagen der Designtheorie und -methodologie werden vorgestellt, besonders auch die kommunikativen Funktionen der Produkte.
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Each workshop had two supervisors: a master of form (an artist) and a master craftsman. The intent of this dualism was to promote the students’ manual and artistic skills equally, but in practice it soon became clear that the craftsmen were subordinate to the artists. Pervasive social tensions arose, because in the end the autonomous artist was the center of attention, even at the Bauhaus. In the field of design mostly unica were produced during this phase, representing the first moves toward a product aesthetic.
In fact, Tecta, itself a manufacturer of furniture classics, saw Wewerka’s chair as an important addition to its product range (Wewerka 1983). In 1982, the Hamburg Museum of Arts and Crafts showed the first cross-section of new German design. Progressive furniture shops and galleries (for example, Möbel Perdu and Form und Funktion in Hamburg, Strand in Munich, and Quartett in Hannover) offered the designers – who caused a furor like the Neue Wilden of 1980s painting – a platform on which to present their objects (Hauffe 1994).
During this second phase much theoretical and practical work was conducted on the concept of function, which always involved a social perspective in its aim to “govern the circumstances of life and labor” (Moholy-Nagy) and take “questions of mass demand” seriously. Function always meant a combination of two factors in design, marrying the conditions of industrial manufacturing (technology, construction methods, materials) with the social conditions, in the service of the needs of the broader population and the requirements of social planning.
Design: History, Theory and Practice of Product Design by Bernhard E. Burdek