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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #200 on: June 27, 2020, 06:11:27 AM »
Miloš Bohuslav Volf (1915-1983) was a humanist scientist (spoke: Czech, English, German, French, Latin, Italian, and Russian), a specialist in crystal chemistry, developed patents such as the famous "Atil" and "Simax" for the firm Kavalier. Author of books of his specialty, university professor and representative of the Czechoslovak glass industry in international organizations. In 1940 - 45, as a young graduate in Biology and Chemistry, he entered the firm's chemical department - ČMS Reich Krásno - where he would coincide and be technically involved in the work of designers as restless as he was: the brothers Karel and František ZemeK, Milena Velíšková, Ludvika Smrčkova and an already experienced glass worker Emanuel Beránek; One day, possibly assisted by the latter, experimentally (we do not know of any other of his designs) he was encouraged to create this friendly and successful kitten that has continued to be produced by different hands and in various factories until today.

Miloš Bohuslav Volf (1915-1983) fue un científico humanista (hablaba: checo, inglés, alemán, francés, latín, italiano y ruso) especialista en la química del cristal desarrolló patentes como las famosas “Atil”y “Simax”para la firma Kavalier. Autor de libros de su especialidad, profesor universitario y representante de la industria del vidrio Checoeslovaco en organismos internacionales. En 1940 - 45, siendo un joven licenciado en Biología y Química, entró a trabajar en departamento químico de la firma -ČMS Reich Krásno- allí coincidiría y se implicaría técnicamente en el trabajo de diseñadores tan inquietos como él: los hermanos Karel y František ZemeK, Milena Velíšková, Ludvika Smrčkova y un ya experimentado trabajador del vidrio Emanuel Beránek; un día, posiblemente asistido por este último, a modo experimental (no conocemos ningún otro diseño suyo ) se animó a crear este simpático y exitoso gatito que no ha dejado de producirse por diferentes manos y en diversas factorías hasta el día de hoy.

Daniel Muriel . [Kristal Poesie]


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