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Phonosuper, 1956 for Braun
Carousel S-AV 1000, 1964 for Kodak
Sixtant, 1961 for Braun
Hans Gugelot

born in 1920, Massakar, Indonesia
died in 1965, Ulm, Germany

. studied architecture in Lausanne between 1940 and 1942,
. graduated as an architect from Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule (ETH), Zurich in 1946,
. worked as an architect for a number of architect's until 1948,
. worked for Max Bill between 1948 and 1950 with his first furniture designs,
. developed modular cupboard system furniture program 'M125' in his own office in 1950,
. started to lecture at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Ulm in 1955,
. 'M 125' manufactured by messrs. wilhelm bofinger in 1956,
. started to design electronics from Braun, after meeting Erwin Braun in 1954, and worked at Braun design office until 1965,
. helped developing the geometric house style of Braun during this period,
. founded his own design studio in Ulm,
. co-designed Phonosuper (also called Snow White's Coffin) with Dieter Rams in 1956,
. worked as a consultant at Hamburg's U-Bahn between 1959 and 1962,
. became the director of the product design department at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Ulm in 1961,
. developed concepts for kodak, girard, weishaupt etc. in 1963,
. developed the world's first sports car with self-suspending chassis made of plastic compound in 1964, 
. also worked on prefabricated housing designs,
. created highly functionalist designs according to Modern Movement, influenced development of German product design.

famous works:
Phonosuper, with Dieter Rams, phonograph and radio, 1956 for Braun
Carousel S-AV 1000, with Reinhold Hocker, slide projector, 1964 for Kodak
M125 storage unit, 1954 for Boffinger
Sixtant electric shaver, 1961 for Braun ag

Hans Gugelot Products in Designpedia

Ulmer Hocker


Sideboard M125

Phonosuper SK 4

Carousel S

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