Introduction
Henry Dreyfuss (March 2, 1904 – October 5, 1972) was an Industrial Design pioneer. Dreyfuss is known for designing some of the most iconic devices found in American homes and offices throughout the twentieth century, including the Western Electric Model 500 telephone, the Westclox Big Ben alarm clock, and the Honeywell round thermostat. Dreyfuss enjoyed long term associations with several name brand companies such as John Deere, Polaroid, and American Airlines.
Wikidata
Q940346
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Introduction
American industrial designer.
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Designer, Industrial Designer
Name
Henry Dreyfuss
Ulan
500059346
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