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Uten Silo designed by Dorothee Becker

Uten Silo designed by Dorothee Becker

 

Dorothee Becker, birthed 1938 in Aschaffenburg, Germany, examined languages in Frankfurt and Munich. After living for a while in London and Paris, she relocated to California in 1960. She returned to Germany with her partner, Ingo Maurer, and ran a successful buy well-designed and useful everyday items up until 1989. Becker has actually continued her imaginative activities to the present day.Uten. SiloThe functional tidiness-helper at office-walls was made by the German designer Dorothee Becker in the year 1969. It establishments every little thing that uses to lie around even more trendy; still behaving unobtrusively. With containers of various dimensions and shapes, with melamine linkeds and clips, the Uten. Silo assorts items in workplaces, cooking areas, workshops, children-rooms and washrooms. The Vitra Design Gallery produces the Uten. Silo in both: the initial version of 1969 along with the smaller sized one, from 1970. Uten. Silo, from the Vitra Layout Gallery collection is made out of ABS-plastic and it has metal hooks.