• “Die Utopie Des Designs”

    Kunstverein München

    During the ’60s and early ’70s, designers like Joe Colombo, Ettore Sottsass, Jr., Superstudio, Luigi Colani, or Verner Panton worked with and planned ideas with a universal, perhaps even utopian thrust. For this reason, “Die Utopie des Designs” (The utopia of design) not only exhibited furniture, stereos, or corporate programs, but also touched on urban planning, and architectural questions. The presentation was correspondingly complex and comprehensive.

    The working group charged with organizing this exhibition determined that Munich had been an excellent example of that period. The Olympic Games

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