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The Gerstner

6 column + 4 column overlaid at the same breakpoint

A compound grid based
on Gerstner’s Capital Magazine

Introduction

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

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This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

This layout is designed using a recreation of Karl Gerstner’s compound grid that was designed for Capital Magazine in the 1960’s. It’s a compound – meaning combined – grid of 6 column and 4 columns. This allows for very flexible layout combinations, including the unusual 5 column, asymmetric column configuration which is the basis for this layout.

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