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Original art print, perfect to banish those blank walls and bring art to your space. Our posters are giclée-printed on premium 190gsm, acid-free paper for sharp, high-quality images and super vibrant colors. Available sizes:24 x 36 inches 18 x 24 inches 16 x 20 inches 12 x 18 inches 8 x 10 inches You can order our prints framed or unframed.Our frames are lightweight, semi-hardwood made from renewable forests. 0.75” thick. With acrylic front protector and hanging hardware.Estimated delivery…

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Peter Keler was a student at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany. From 1919 to 1923 he studied mural painting with Wassily Kandinsky (eventually he became Kandinsky's assistant). This simple cradle, with its blue circle, yellow triangle, and red square, shows these influences. After 1945, he was a professor at the College of Architecture and Civil Engineering in Weimar (today Bauhaus) for education and exhibition design. Works by Peter Keler are the Bauhaus Museum and Weimar Bauhaus Archive in…

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Overview Celebrating 100 years of the Bauhaus. This design features some of Walter Gropius most well known architecture such as the Fagus factory, Bauhaus Dessau and the Chicago Tribune Tower, as well as symbols of the Bauhaus movement - the circle, triangle and square. Many thanks to Chisel and Mouse for the Fagus factory plaster model. chiselandmouse.com Measurements• Each roll is 20.5" wide x 11 yards long• Repeat: 6.88", straight Additional Notes • 2-3 week lead time. • Printed in the UK…

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DESCRIPTION The Bauhaus has inspired colors and shapes in this wooden set - the German school of design and architecture in the 20s and 30s Berlin. Bauhaus is based on creating an environment for ordinary people by uniting art and modern industry. Designed for all ageshandmadeFSC birch woodnatural dye Designed in Copenhagen.

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This particular armchair, the F51, was designed by Gropius for his office at the Dessau Bauhaus. Widely studied, the F51 chair is a particular favorite of architects and designers. Its bold look dominates any environment. Walter Gropius was a German architect and founder of Bauhaus. Along with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier, he is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of "modern" architecture. In 1908 Gropius found employment with the firm of Peter Behrens, one of the…

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Berlin-based photographer Jean Molitor has been traveling around the world since 2009, tracking the legacy of the Bauhaus. A century after the founding of the school, several generations of architects have confronted or been reared on the innovations of Bauhaus architecture. Trailblazers, allies and heirs to modernism are united by an architectural language generally described as Bauhaus.In his Bau1haus project, Molitor focuses on the aesthetics of Bauhaus-influenced architecture across the…

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An asymmetric shape seals the deal for this high-quality rug, with a striped geometric design that reminisces the Bauhaus design in a soft blue color palette to contrast and refreshes your space. Key Details Post-modern design Geometric pattern 2 Blue shade designs: Marina Cobalt, Marina Sky Combo Irregular Shape, with sharp and oval ends. Machine washable High-Quality, 100% Nylon Plush Chenille upper, Anti-slip backing 10mm thick

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Description Regarded as a wellspring of the modernist movement, the Bauhaus Dessau designed by Walter Gropius in 1925 seems a natural for Chisel & Mouse's superb architectural model series. Shaping much of 20th-century design, the school exhibited forceful lines and the movement's characteristic logo. Brit brothers Robert and Gavin Paisley painstakingly reproduce the iconic design in resin plaster (free of toxic solvents) of a reassuring weight and cool smoothness, with fine details…

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In a fleeting fourteen year period, sandwiched between two world wars, Germany's Bauhaus school of art and design changed the face of modernity. With utopian ideals for the future, the school developed a pioneering fusion of fine art, craftsmanship, and technology to be applied across painting, sculpture, design, architecture, film, photography, textiles, ceramics, theatre, and installation.As much an intense personal community as a publicly minded collective, the Bauhaus was first founded…

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