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    Neubau’s ‘Less but Braun Series’ systems, 25 November — 31 December, 2013 Walter Knoll London showroom, 42 Charterhouse Square EC1M 6EA An exhib… Read More
    Neubau’s ‘Less but Braun Series’ systems, 25 November — 31 December, 2013 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 poster series concept for the systems exhibition at Walter Knoll in London is broken down into the following themes: Form, Typography, Colour Displayed here is the series ‘Colour as System’: Neubau’s “Less but Braun” Series analyses the systematic use of colour used on Braun products. Individual Braun items [ET 66 control, T 52, T 1000] were blown up to its maximum within the poster format, distilling only switches and buttons (from top left to bottom right) without repetition by keeping them in its original position. Despite its resulting abstract quality Braun is still recognizable due to its distinctive colour scheme. Related: B121 Series Less but Bigger Series Original poster format: DIN A0, 841×1189mm Design: Ganz/Gandl Typeface: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk Printing: Offset Print Client: systems, das programm Year: 2013/10 Read Less
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Neubau’s ‘Less but Braun Series’
 
systems, 25 November — 31 December, 2013
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 poster series concept for the systems exhibition at Walter Knoll in London is broken down into the following themes: Form, Typography, Colour
 
Displayed here is the series ‘Colour as System’:
Neubau’s “Less but Braun” Series analyses the systematic use of colour used on Braun products. Individual Braun items [ET 66 control, T 52, T 1000] were blown up to its maximum within the poster format, distilling only switches and buttons (from top left to bottom right) without repetition by keeping them in its original position. Despite its resulting abstract quality Braun is still recognizable due to its distinctive colour scheme.
 
 
Original poster format: DIN A0, 841×1189mm
Design: Ganz/Gandl
Typeface: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk
Printing: Offset Print
Client: systems, das programm
Year: 2013/10