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Eliot Noyes: The programme as a whole is, I think, set up for two main reasons. One, is to give personality — to state the attitude that represents IBM; second, is the assurance of recognition of this personality in its statements, to give a clear identity to IBM in every case that we can.
Eliot Noyes: The programme as a whole is, I think, set up for two main reasons. One, is to give personality — to state the attitude that represents IBM; second, is the assurance of recognition of this personality in its statements, to give a clear identity to IBM in every case that we can.
Eliot Noyes: The programme as a whole is, I think, set up for two main reasons. One, is to give personality — to state the attitude that represents IBM; second, is the assurance of recognition of this personality in its statements, to give a clear identity to IBM in every case that we can.
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As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs of it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at. Here is the heart of the machine.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs of it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at. Here is the heart of the machine.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs of it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at. Here is the heart of the machine.
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Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has come signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
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As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has some signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has some signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.
As you look... toward the 705 room, the bright colour on the wall behind is of course because the machines themselves have grey covers and they have only detailed interest externally. The effect of unifying all these separate pieces, is pretty well accomplished by this big red wall, which just goes screaming along the back and has some signs on it... we have the white floor, the red wall and the main frame of the 705 and this also shows that when you start looking hard at the machines themselves you find that you have some really wonderful things to look at.
The lab looked like a lab... We decided that it was a school. It was like a college. You needed places to sit and feel a little bit enclosed. You might think of campuses, or quadrangles, or quirts, and so we made a court... You can look straight through the lobby — which will have exhibits in it — into the court, which will have sun, water, trees, grass, stone walls, and on the exterior face of the building, it will be balconies... so that people can come to smoke, look at the scenery.
Over the years in two houses we have acquired bits and pieces of art. The collecting of these bits has been a small, intermittent, economical operation but done with tremendous excitement by the whole family. A new small Lipchitz sculpture becomes the focal point of the living room for weeks. Three rugs (Picasso, Miro, Matisse) hung on the walls become huge paintings for us, brilliant in color, and bright backgrounds for our family life. We all walk right through one low-hanging Calder mobile, making it swing, and we bat or blow at one another as we pass by.

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Summary

IBM Plex is the new open source corporate typeface for IBM. Designed in collaboration with Bold Monday it has been carefully tuned to meet the requirements for one of the largest technology companies in the world and to reflect IBM’s brand spirit, beliefs, and design principles. The new design of the typeface is rooted in the idea of man and machine, and borrows influences from sources such as the IBM logotype and historical typewriter typefaces. The balance of engineering versus design set the principles from which this design was born.

At this moment the IBM Plex family comprises sans-serif, serif, condensed, and monospace styles to serve a variety of needs across communications and digital experiences. The sans and the serif are the workhorse families and the monospaced is great for informal communication and for developers to code with. Each branch of the IBM Plex family comes in eight weights with italics.

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