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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
[1950-1959]

Sixtant
[1960-1969]

Sideboard M125
[1950-1959]

Phonosuper SK 4
[1950-1959]

Carousel S
[1960-1969]

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