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Jan Tschichold’s book The New Typography, published in Germany in 1928, took ideas from Futurism, Constructivism, and De Stijl and conveyed them as practical advice for commercial printers and designers. Functionally zoned letterheads using standard paper sizes were central to Tschichold’s practical application of modernism. Whereas Futurism and Dada had aggressively attacked convention, Tschichold advocated design as a means of discipline and order, and he began to theorize the grid as a modular system based on standard measures.
By describing the expansion of space in all directions, the modern grid slipped past the classical frame of the page. Similarly, modern architecture had displaced the centered facades of classical building with broken planes, modular elements, and continuous ribbons of windows. The protective frame became a continuous field.
Jan Tschichold的书“The New Typography”于1928年在德国出版，它采用了未来主义，建构主义和De Stijl的思想，并将它们作为商业印刷商和设计师的实用建议传达出来。使用标准纸张尺寸的功能分区信头是Tschichold现代主义实际应用的核心。虽然未来主义和达达曾积极攻击大会，但Tschichold主张将设计作为一种纪律和秩序的手段，而他开始将网格理论化为基于标准措施的模块化系统。通过描述各个方向的空间扩展，现代网格滑过了页面的经典框架。同样，现代建筑已经取代了古典建筑的中心立面，破碎的平面，模块化元素和连续的窗户带。保护框架成为连续的领域。
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