Der Stuhl. 1920s. Heinz und Bodo Rasch. This is the Faksimile print, published by Vitra Design Museum 1992. 57pp. The design avant-garde of the 1920s spearheaded a no-frills design movement that was answerable only to the dictates of functional, material, and constructional necessity. Heinz and Bodo Rasch were practitioners of this New Objectivity movement and pioneers of ergonomic furniture.
The re-print is placed in a paper case with a tie-up bow. The paper case is rubbed along the edges. The book is in very good condition.