Hans Gugelot
Hans Gugelot
1920 - 1965
Work 1949 – 1965
Fauteuil 1363 (1948-49)
Chair (1949), horgenglarus
Furniture system M 125 (1950-53 a. 1956)
HfG-stool (1954)
Children’s play furniture system (1954)
Bed GB 1085 (1954)
Double-bed (1954)
Radiogramophone PK-G (1955)
Arrangement of Components (1955)
TV FS-G (1955)
Rollable TV set (1956)
Standardized spectacle frame (1956)
Braun SK 4, Radio-Phono combination (1956)
Tuner Studio 1 (1956)
Radio phono audiotape modular system
Armchair gs1076 (1959)
Sewing machine Pfaff 80 (1959)
Sewing machine Gritzner-Kayser (1959)
Idiophon-System (1959)
Underground, Hamburg (1959-62)
Braun Sixtant 1 (1961)
Photocopier l 250 (1962)
Film camera Movex auto-8 (1962)
Dynamo trouble lamp DT 1 (1963)
Kodak slide projector carousel (1963)
Electrical beater (1963-64)
Flat iron be 10 (1963-64)
Fair stand Weisshaupt GmbH (1963)
Switchboard ws 1 (1963-64)
Oil burner wl 1 (1963-64)
Radial drill (1963-64)
Leather armchair 4065 (1964)
Folding wall unit m125 (1964)
Bottle crate (1965)
Sitting room suite (1965)
Sandwich bottom unit (1963-67)
Sessel 1363 M 125 HFG-Hocker_Spielmöbel Bett 1085_Doppelliege Braun PK-G_G11 Braun SK 4 Braun Studio 1_Baukastensystem Zerlegbarer Sessel gs1076 Pfaff_Gritzner-Kayser Hamburger U-Bahn Braun Sixtant Lumoprint_Agfa_Braun Kodak Carousel Braun Haushaltsgeräte Sessel 4065_GS1076 Bofinger Faltschrankwand Flaschenkiste_Sitzgarnitur Bayer-BMW
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1955
1960
1965
Radiogramophone PK-G
1955
Hans Gugelot
Contractee and manufacturer: Braun AG, Frankfurt



Constructed for higher demands radiogramophone PK-G fitted on a table or on a rack without a trestle  The record player was covered by a displaceable glass slab.

Based on G-11 and G-12 the device was equipped with powerful loudspeakers and twitters and was internally called  Langer Heinrich. Later, PK-G was technically improved several times  and was offered as PK-G 1 to 5.


Arrangement of Components
Radio G-11 Super, Record Player G-12, Television Set TV-G

1955
Hans Gugelot
Contractee and manufacturer: Braun AG, Frankfurt



The record player combination Table Super G-11 Super, Record Player G-12 und Television Set FS-G is considered the first consequently developed arrangement of components developed by Hans Gugelot in 1955. It consists of separate parts made of light wood with an accentuated framework of sides and traverse arches and also modest control devices. The components could be added step-by-step. By means of various ways of installation this system design had a long term effect on the development of HiFi components.


TV FS-G
1955
Hans Gugelot
Contractee and manufacturer: Braun AG, Frankfurt



Components could be used single or combined. Here it is shown with a suitable bottom part. Technique is by Telefunken.


Rollable TV set
1956
Hans Gugelot, Helmut Müller-Kühn
Contractee: Telefunken



The rollable TV set developed for Telefunken was never produced but is considered as an example anyway. TV sets are usually fixed and viewers arrange themselves around it, so consequently rolls were attached to the device in order to keep the seating flexible. The screen is slightly inclined to achieve an optimal viewing angle. This innovative blueprint shows elegant, organic lines.


Standardized spectacle frame
1956
Herbert Lindinger, first study subject by Hans Gugelot.
Contractee: Angerer, Linz

Prototype of the spectacle frame
Based on statistical measurements of eyebrows and the center of the field of view of a large number of subjects, this well-balanced non-stylish type of glasses was developed but never produced.




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