Ferdinand Kramer (1898–1985) is considered one of the most important architects and designers of the modern age in Germany. With new conceptions about the use of objects, Kramer gave expression and form to the changing conditions of life in the twentieth century.
Beginning in February, the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt am Main will be presenting The Kramer Principle: Design for Variable Use—a comprehensive retrospective on Ferdinand Kramer. Known to many above all as an architect involved in major projects such as the “New Frankfurt” of the 1920s or Frankfurt’s Goethe University in the post-war era, Kramer will here be presented as a designer.
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