Reinhold Weiss b. 1934

Born in Germany in 1934, Reinhold Weiss became an influential designer at Braun. Weiss studied carpentry and architecture, later attending the Ulm School of Design. He joined Braun in 1959, and his first design for, the HL1 Desk Fan was released in 1961 followed by the compact HLD hair dryer in 1964. He left Braun in 1967 and moved to the United States where he continued freelance work. A recognized figure of functionalist industrial design, his designs are included in collections such as the Museum of Modern Art New York, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the Israel Museum.

Auction Results Reinhold Weiss

REINHOLD WEISS AND JURGEN GREUBEL, HL 70 personal fan | wright20.com

Reinhold Weiss and Jurgen Greubel

HL 70 personal fan

estimate: $150–200
result: $938
REINHOLD WEISS AND JURGEN GREUBEL, HL 70 personal fan | wright20.com

Reinhold Weiss and Jurgen Greubel

HL 70 personal fan

estimate: $150–200
result: $438
REINHOLD WEISS AND HARTWIG KAHLCKE, KMM 10 coffee grinder | wright20.com

Reinhold Weiss and Hartwig Kahlcke

KMM 10 coffee grinder

estimate: $100–150
result: $344
DIETER RAMS AND REINHOLD WEISS, H 7 heater | wright20.com

Dieter Rams and Reinhold Weiss

H 7 heater

estimate: $100–150
result: $219
ROBERT OBERHEIM AND REINHOLD WEISS, MPZ 1 Citruspresse juicer | wright20.com

Robert Oberheim and Reinhold Weiss

MPZ 1 Citruspresse juicer

estimate: $75–100
result: $98
REINHOLD WEISS AND HARTWIG KAHLCKE, KMM 10 coffee grinder | wright20.com

Reinhold Weiss and Hartwig Kahlcke

KMM 10 coffee grinder

estimate: $100–150
result: $94
REINHOLD WEISS AND HARTWIG KAHLCKE, HT 2 toaster and HTB 6 bun warmer | wright20.com

Reinhold Weiss and Hartwig Kahlcke

HT 2 toaster and HTB 6 bun warmer

estimate: $100–150
result: $32