Auction Block: Dieter Rams Collection

Jul 2, 2018

Category: Gear

When it comes to minimalist design, Dieter Rams is a living legend. The German academic and industrial designer has been responsible for countless works of functional art that ranges from household electronics (like turntables) to furniture and everything in-between. And now’s your chance to own some of his gorgeous creations, courtesy of the Wright auction house.

Starting on July 12th at noon, this career-spanning auction will go live – giving you the chance to get your hands on Rams designs including several turntables, alarm clocks, lighters, amplifiers, projectors, Super 8 film cameras, couches, and so much more. And while the work of Dieter Rams makes up the bulk of the auction, it also features works of his contemporaries and proteges, such as Dietrich Lubs, Reinhold Weiss, Jurgen Greubel, Robert Oberheim, and more. Prices for this designer’s dream auction start at just $50.

Purchase: $50+

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