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In 1960, when he was just 28, Dieter Rams designed the 606 Universal Shelving System for Vitsoe. Their New York store is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary in the form of an exhibition called 60s 606 is 50.

In 1960, when he was just 28, Dieter Rams designed the 606 Universal Shelving System for Vitsoe. Their New York store is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary in the form of an exhibition called 60s 606 is 50.

B-121, ltd Edition Print, Silver/Black Walter Knoll London showroom, 42 Charterhouse Square EC1M 6EA An exhibition curated by das programm. Produced in association with Braun. Poster Series by Neubau (Gandl/Ganz). Designed in Germany.  Neubau’s “Braun 121” Series focuses on the shape of Braun products originally designed by Dieter Rams and presents them in its original size on DINA0. Original poster format: DIN A0, 841×1189mm Printing: Offset Print

B-121, ltd Edition Print, Silver/Black Walter Knoll London showroom, 42 Charterhouse Square EC1M 6EA An exhibition curated by das programm. Produced in association with Braun. Poster Series by Neubau (Gandl/Ganz). Designed in Germany. Neubau’s “Braun 121” Series focuses on the shape of Braun products originally designed by Dieter Rams and presents them in its original size on DINA0. Original poster format: DIN A0, 841×1189mm Printing: Offset Print

From Ikea hacks to the other end of the spectrum, Vitsœ's Universal Shelving by Dieter Rams offers flexible storage in this L.A. midcentury house. Configurable in myriad ways, the system can grow with your collection. The residents arranged these shelves to accommodate books, arranged in color order. Photo by Spencer Lowell. This originally appeared in Modern Renovation of a Midcentury House in Los Angeles.

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From Ikea hacks to the other end of the spectrum, Vitsœ's Universal Shelving by Dieter Rams offers flexible storage in this L.A. midcentury house. Configurable in myriad ways, the system can grow with your collection. The residents arranged these shelves to accommodate books, arranged in color order. Photo by Spencer Lowell. This originally appeared in Modern Renovation of a Midcentury House in Los Angeles.

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