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‘Spatial Composition (4)’
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‘Spatial Composition (4)’
Katarzyna Kobro (1898-1951)
Room: searching for utopia

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‘Club Chair’
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‘Club Chair’
Marcel Breuer (1902-81)
Room: machine

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'The New Adam'
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'The New Adam'
Sándor Bortnyik (1893-1976)
Room: machine

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Production clothing (shirt and trousers)
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Production clothing (shirt and trousers)
Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956)
Room: machine

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‘Abeceda’ written by Vitĕzslav Nezval
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‘Abeceda’ written by Vitĕzslav Nezval
Karel Teige (1900-51)
Room: performing modernism

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Frankfurt Kitchen as illustrated in Das Neue Frankfurt in 1927
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Frankfurt Kitchen as illustrated in Das Neue Frankfurt in 1927
Grete Lihotzky (Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky) (1897-2000)
Room: building utopia

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‘Design for the Villa Stein De Monzie’, Vaucresson
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‘Design for the Villa Stein De Monzie’, Vaucresson
Le Corbusier (1887 - 1965)
Room: building utopia

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Postcard design for the Moscow Spartakiada
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Postcard design for the Moscow Spartakiada
Gustavs Klucis (1895-1944)
Room: healthy body culture

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‘Ekco Model AD-65’Radio
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‘Ekco Model AD-65’Radio
Wells Coates (1895-1958)
Room: mass market modernism

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Tatra T-87 saloon car
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Tatra T-87 saloon car
Hans Ledwinka (1878-1967)
Room: mass market modernism

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London Underground map
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London Underground map
Henry C. (Harry) Beck (1903-74)
Room: mass market modernism

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Design for a printed advertisement, Shell-Mex BP
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Design for a printed advertisement, Shell-Mex BP
E. McKnight Kauffer (1890-1954)
Room: mass market modernism

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Modernism: Designing A New World 1914 - 19396 April - 23 July 2006sponsored by Habitat
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