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Max Bill
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 2/26/2016

Max Bill

"To try to create order in a specific sphere, namely the design of our environment, is a difficult undertaking, yet it is not entirely hopeless. And above all it is not senseless. Both man's immediate and larger environment have always had an influence on his development. The things around us, their relationship to us—that is, the value we attach to them—consciously or unconsciously help shape us. This interrelationship between man and objects, between object and man, means that a certain order can be established between people and things." –Max Bill, 1964. Pictured here are Bill's 1951 Novelectric Sun Lamp and Ulm Stool, 1954.

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