Editor(s): Claude Lichtenstein, Alfredo W. Haberli Publisher: Lars Müller Publication: 1995, First Edition Binding: Hardcover, section sewn Pages: 286 Size: 170 x 245 Text: German
Bruno Munari (1907–1998) was an avid collector of the visible. The purpose was to explore the relationships between designed circumstances and our perception of them. Munari, who lived in Milan, was a well-known artistic personality and graphic designer throughout Europe, as well as a children's book author and publicist. Scarce catalog for the exhibition at the Zurich Museum for Design.
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