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Sascha Lobe -   l2m3.com    for the Bauhaus Archiv

Sascha Lobe - l2m3.com for the Bauhaus Archiv

Bauhaus-inspired geometric ceramic range by Design K

No, these aren’t archive photographs. This is the all-new, Bauhaus-inspired geometric ceramic range by Design K.

Light Space Modulator by László Moholy-Nagy

László Moholy-Nagy, Light-Space Modulator, replica 1970 Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum of Design, Berlin,

Sascha Lobe -   l2m3.com    for the Bauhaus Archiv

Sascha Lobe - l2m3.com for the Bauhaus Archiv

MONDOBLOGO: women of the bauhaus - Marianne Brandt "Help! Liberated Woman!" Photo-montage 1926

Marianne Brandt, Help Out! (The Liberated Woman), 1926 Brandt was one of the most interesting photographers of the Bauhaus (in addition to be designer, painter, sculptor …).

Bauhaus 1919–1933 - Eine Chronologie : Bauhaus 1919–1933 : Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau / Bauhaus Dessau Foundation

Bauhaus Party at the Ilmschlößchen Tavern near Weimar, photo: Louis Held or Irene Beyer, Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Fotothek.

Gunta  Stolzl Bauhaus weaving  AMAZING!

Gunta Stolzl Bauhaus Weaving, Integration of abstract composition and woven pattern,

Posters by Sascha Lobe -   l2m3.com    for the Bauhaus Archiv

Posters by Sascha Lobe - l2m3.com for the Bauhaus Archiv

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The manifesto started out by stating, “The Final goal of all artistic activity is architecture.” The Bauhaus rejected the familiar use of decorations and individual craftsmanship and embraced the use of clean lines. Function became the primary goal of the Bauhaus.

Bauhaus: by Magdalena Droste One of my favorite books about the Bauhaus. I was able to meet the author in Berlin at the Bauhaus Archives while researching my book about the Bauhaus weavers.

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