Architonic Trend Analysis
Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau and Klassik Stiftung Weimar present a combined exhibition.
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The British designer James Irvine has created a height-adjustable bar stool for Thonet, which impresses with its simple elegance. Its curved foot support is in line with the company's tubular steel tradition, which goes right back to the Bauhaus days.
For five whole days the organisers of the DMY Festival invited designers and a specialist public from all over the world to a colourful design spectacle by the Spree.
The Bauhaus comes from Weimar
On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the founding of the State Bauhaus Weimar, the Klassik Stiftung Weimar is presenting a large overview exhibition, “The Bauhaus comes from Weimar” from 1 April until 5 July, focussing on the early years of the legendary school of design.
History Repeating: WOKA’s iconic lighting designs
You can never have enough of a good thing, so they say. But lovers of iconic lamps from the early 20th century were for decades deprived of the possibility of owning some of the most striking luminary pieces by the Wiener Werkstätte and the Bauhaus, having long fallen out of production. This is the story of WOKA, the Vienna-based manufacturer that set out to bring a significant slice history back to life.
Max Bill 100 & ‚Die gute Form’ (good design)
'Max Bill 100' is the title of an exhibition at 'Haus Konstruktiv' in Zurich (until 22.3.09) dedicated to the work of Max Bill, the internationally known artist, architect and product designer. On 22 December 2008 Bill would have been 100 years old, reason enough for a retrospective.
90 Years Bauhaus
Exactly 90 years ago Weimar saw the foundation of the institution which more than any other influenced the architecture, design and art of the twentieth century.
"Mondays with Papst"
On 16 February 2009 the "Mondays with Papst" exhibition opened in the old boiler house on the Wilkhahn site in Bad Münder.
Unknown »Bauhaus« by Gropius and Breuer discovered
Häuser, the magazine for international architecture, design and lifestyle, has come across a so-far unknown house by Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer. In its 1/2009 issue the magazine presents the villa in an exclusive photo feature.
CHANEL Mobile Art
Imagine a museum, instead of travelling far to see it, will stand temporarly in your home town.
The Starnberg architects Baehr-Rödel have used some of the company's classic models from Vola in planning a ‘Bauhaus-style villa’ on the Ammersee lake.
"We prefer it the other way round!"
Fabrice Aeberhard and Christian Kaegi are two young industrial designers who have incorporated Swiss values in their work, producing design which is solid, unadorned and attractive.
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