BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX

BRAUN_Atelier_1_81_L1_DIETER_RAMS_Hans_Gugelot_Radiogram_Radio_Record_Player_BOX_01_ya BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX

BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX
Braun Atelier 1-81 radio and stereo record player. + BRAUN L1 SPEAKER. This particular radio-record player combination is in a very good cosmetic condition. It has a four speed record player with 78, 45, 33, 16 rpm. The tube radio picks up LW, MW, and UKW signals (Broadcast, Long Wave, and FM). This combination was designed by Dieter Rams and Hans Gugelot (Bauhaus / Ulmer Schule HFG aka “Ulm College of Design”). It has no nickname unlike the SK “Snow White’s Coffin” series with its translucent plastic lid, but it is a classic piece of design and unlikely to ever be remade.. Beautiful cream white metal casing with ash-veneer wooden sides. As already mentioned cosmetic is for it years good, with some signs of wear. No great paint loss, but it is not really white any more, so you would like to re-paint it again. Please see pictures below. Technically speaking the radio works very well at all signals, sound is strong and clear. The record player works at all speeds and plays a test record fine, however, the needles must be replaced, sound is a little bit flat and silent. All switches and knobs work well treble, bass, etc. Tubes can be replaced easily and the schematic and full technical specifications can be found here. Here is a quick overview. Weight: 13.3 kg / 29 lb 4.7 oz (29.295 lb). Dimensions: 583 x 293 x 290 mm / 23 x 11.5 x 11.4 inch. Power supply (switchable) 110; 125; 150; 220; 240 Volt 50-60hz. It comes with Braun L1 speaker. More pictures of the speaker can be found here. BRAUN Atelier 1-81 // DIETER RAMS (1932- present). The clarity of form and minimalist design vocabulary associated with the German designer Dieter Rams is closely identified with the BRAUN Company. Many of his designs for domestic appliances and audio equipment feature in the permanent collections of leading museums that collect and promote design, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, in New York, which began to collect Braun products in 1958. After studying architecture at the Wiesbaden Academy of Applied Arts from 1947 to 1953 he spent three years as an apprentice cabinetmaker. This was followed by a period in architectural offices until he joined Braun in 1955. Rams epitomized the clean, austere appearance associated with a functional aesthetic and with associate designer, Hans Gugelot. The Braun range won every international design prize going. At this time he was also involved in furniture development with the designer, physicist, and entrepreneur Otto Zapf (born 1931). As Braun’s design director (from1960), he was responsible for establishing a cleanly stated and distinctive aesthetic for a wide range of products from kitchen appliances to alarm clocks, calculators, lighters, and electric razors. This aesthetic was also in tune with the outlook of the Hochschule für Gestaltung (ULMER SCHOOL), a progressive design academy with links to Braun that had been first established in 1954. His clearly articulated and austere 606-shelf unit for Vitsoe (1960) remained in production for more than 40 years. He has held a number of academic posts including, from 1981, a professorship in industrial design in Hamburg. In 1987 he became president of the German Rat-F-R-Formgebung (Design Council), which for many years had promoted the values associated with ideas of good design. In a recent design magazine (ICON), Rams is quoted as saying, As designers we have a great responsibility. I believe designers should eliminate the unnecessary. That means eliminating everything that is modish because this kind of thing is only short lived. Dieter Rams has received many international design awards throughout his career and his work is considered to be design classics of the highest. In full working order. As shown on pictures. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Please no personal or postal checks. Super equipment, made by Braun. The item “BRAUN Atelier 1-81 L1 DIETER RAMS Hans Gugelot Radiogram Radio Record Player BOX” is in sale since Saturday, January 18, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods/Styles\Modernist”. The seller is “vende_se” and is located in Werdohl. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: Atelier 1-81
  • Featured Refinements: Dieter Rams
  • Style: Industrial
  • Age: 1940-1960
  • Maker: Braun
  • Material: Wood/Metal
  • Type: Radiogram
  • Original/Repro: Original

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