Form, Issue 200: Anniversary

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Petra Schmidt
Princeton Architectural Press, Dec 20, 2000 - Art - 106 pages
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No other magazine in Europe reports on the whole spectrum of design the way "form" does and has been doing since 1957. Each issue comes with a special focus, spotlighting a particular topic and presenting it in depth. "form" is the enjoyable read for everyone working in design, teaching or studying it. Renowned specialist authors, researchers and reviewers keep readers abreast of the latest developments. And true to "form," the periodical is bilingual, attracting English-speaking readers world-wide. Leading visual designers, illustrators and photographers ensure that the content is also a joy to behold and highest-quality printing is likewise a permanent feature of "form."

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About the author (2000)

Barbara Glasner is an interior designer and works as a consultant and independent curator for design and architecture in Frankfurt am Main. From 2001 to 2007, in the context of her collaboration with the Rat fA1/4r Formgebung (German Design Council), she oversaw the various editions of the design project Ideal House, in which internationally famous designers presented their visions of the dwelling of the future, for the Internationale MAbelmesse KAln (Cologne International Furniture Fair).

Petra Schmidt is an independent author and consultant. She completed her degree in theater, film, and media studies in Frankfurt am Main and was editor in chief of the design journal form from 1999 to 2007. She teaches theory of design at the Hochschule fA1/4r Gestaltung in Karlsruhe (Academy of Design Karlsruhe) and writes for art and design magazines such as art and Frame.

Ursula SchAndeling is a research associate at the Kunstverein Braunschweig (Association of Contemporary Artists Braunschweig). She studied art history in Frankfurt am Main and, as an independent author and curator, conceived publications and exhibition projects for a wide range of clients, including the Frankfurt Opera, atelierfrankfurt, and Revolver Verlag, which is also based in Frankfurt.

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