to Mr. Teague. We are indeed entitled to ex
pect most satisfying results from this cooper
ation of the optical engineer and the artist.
Weighing Scale by Joseph Sinel
This excellent piece of "art in industry,"
when placed in many drug stores, beauty par
lors and subway stations will do more to tell
the public what we mean by "good design"
than any article in a magazine. Every detail
of this complicated machine is so thought
fully taken care of that the many technical
liabilities are turned into aesthetic assets.
Lighting Fixture by Bruno Paul
A striking solution of a lighting fixture.
The bulbs by their clever arrangement are
made the ornamental feature, the metal parts
subordinated, while sufficiently conspicuous.
And still, a rich decorative effect is produced.
Desk Chair by Lucian Bernhard
Made by the E. Wiener Company, Milwau
kee, of wood and leather; designed to com
bine as well with traditional as with modern
wood furniture in a wainscoted, papered, or
painted room. The aim is, besides comfort
and style, to be a "good mixer."