Art and technology - A new Unity

Discover the Bauhaus

Modern design is all about simplicity and functionality and can be found in many products we're using on a daily basis. 

Learn how the Bauhaus Movement influenced design history with its emphasis on theory and practice as taught by the masters.

Master of Modernism

German-American architect is one of the pioneers of the modernist movement, devising in a paper sketch the world’s first glass skyscraper and practically inventing open-plan spaces.

The Bauhaus director was one of the world's best-known architects. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, simply Mies to the entire world of design, is one of architecture's most towering figures. 

Timeless Elegance

Cantilever Chair S 533

Technology becomes furniture; a striking invention becomes an elegant interior design object. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was the first to provide the cantilever chair with aesthetic lightness and to relate it to its environment with curved lines.

THONET

Design Classics

A good piece of furniture lives from its versatility. That is why we rely on functional designs that can be used in a variety of application concepts.
Bauhaus Weaving Masters

Designer Carpets

The weaving workshop was one of the most successful and productive workshops at the Bauhaus, works with both traditional craft techniques and industrial methods.

The influence of various Bauhaus masters is visible in the carpets pattern. The frequently employed basic shape of the is the object of creative experimentation and the main instrument for testing the effect of the primary colours.
Master of Weaving

Anni Albers

Well-known for her mastery of weaving, developed her artistic practice at the Bauhaus and Black Mountain College. Albers went on to establish weaving as a new medium for modern art.

In her designs for industrial mass production and her unique weavings, Anni Albers proves her prowess at the loom and her proficiency with textiles.

Gunta Stölzl Bauhaus Rug

On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus in 2019, the English manufactory Christopher Farr is reissuing several hand tufted textile designs by...
7-10 Days - Limited
1.595,00 €
Master of Metal Workshop

Marianne Brandt

László Moholy-Nagy recognised her unique talent. With his encouragement, Brandt studied in the male domain of the metal workshop. Brandt attended the preliminary course taught by Josef Albers, as well as classes by Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky.
Form follows function

Bauhaus Teapot

The Marianne Brandt tea pot is the part of the set, which most strictly follows the formal principles of the Bauhaus school. Circle, globe and square are the basic forms of the construction.

Bauhaus Pendant light HMB 25/500

Together with Hans Przyrembel, Marianne Brandt designed this well-known pendant luminaire, the height of which can be adjusted by means of a pendulum pull an...
From 750,00 €
Tecnolumen

Cubelight

The design and light object MSCL1 is oriented on the Bauhaus school of architecture and enables an infinite number of geometric design possibilities and colour combinations. 

650,00 €

Wilhelm Wagenfeld

Bauhaus Lamp

The Bauhaus Table Lamp embodies the essential idea that form follows function, as espoused by the influential Bauhaus school.

Wilhelm Wagenfeld created in 1924 one of the most iconic lamps of the 20th century, which is known as the Bauhaus or Wagenfeld Lamp.

Josef Albers

Nesting Tables

Josef Albers designed these timelessly beautiful typesetting tables for the so-called Moellenhof House in Berlin when he was engaged in furniture design during his time at the Bauhaus in Weimar and was artistic director of the furniture workshop for a short time.

1.750,00 €

Josef Hartwig

Bauhaus Chess

What is imperceptibly special about this chess game is its simplicity. No ornaments lend the individual pieces a haptic that radically turns away from what has so far characterized the design of Bauhaus Chess figures. 

The striving for clarity and simplification in favour of the recipient is therefore evident in the Bauhaus chess as in hardly any other object of utility art. 

ALMA SIEDHOFF-BUSCHER

Bauhaus Bauspiel

In connection with the major Bauhaus exhibition of 1923, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher designed the furnishings of the children’s room in the prototype Am Horn house and participated in Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack’s 'Colour-Light Games'. She also created various children’s toys such as the 'Small Ship-Building Game' and a puppet theatre.

145,00 €

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Bauhaus Cradle

Geometry and colour. This collector‘s item is a replica of the historic cradle designed by Peter Keler in 1922 during his apprenticeship at the Bauhaus.
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295,00 €

Modulon

A cube divided into the dimensions of the golden ratio.
7-10 Days
249,00 €
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Bauhaus Archiblocks Bauspiel

Bauhaus game made of noble, untreated lime wood pays homage to the Bauhaus era and the clear formal language of its designers.
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% 85,00 € 95,00 €

Hundred and more

A creativity builder, art game, for that thought pause, a design game, a meditation help, a help to find ideas, for study purposes, to create art, to stimula...
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39,90 €

Bauhaus Jumping Jack

Timeless form Margaretha Reichard, one of the prominent individuals of the Bauhaus era, developed the jumping jack and peg dolls while studying at the Bauhau...
7-10 Days - Limited
210,00 €
What is your style?

Bauhaus Fashion

The Bauhaus style is regarded as a pioneer of modernity and is characterised by clear, functional and straight forms, which is also the motto of our Bauhaus Fashion Collection.

SYNTHESIS OF CRAFTS AND ARTS

Get inspired

Bauhaus is synonymous with rational and functional art, architecture and design. That is why our Design Collection always remains en vogue. We honour the masters and stand for minimalism and classic forms.

Form follows function

Celebrating Bauhaus

In a 14-year period, Germany’s Bauhaus School of Art and Design changed the face of modernity.

With utopian ideas for the future, the school developed a pioneering fusion of fine art, craftsmanship, and technology.

Everything start from a dot

Art Gallery

A series of Illustrations and posters, dedicated to the vibrant open creative culture of Bauhaus design school and its leaders, masters and founders.

less is more

This was the motto of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a proponent of minimalism in architecture.
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From 29,00 €

Less is more

This was the motto of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, an advocate of minimalism in architecture.
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From 29,00 €

Van Doesburg

Principles of the new creative art. De Stijl's concepts had an impact not only in visual art and architecture, but also in the design of furniture.
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From 29,00 €

Wagenfeld Bauhaus Lamp

The Bauhaus Table Lamp embodies the essential idea that form follows function, as espoused by the influential Bauhaus school.
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From 29,00 €
Discover the Bauhaus

Books & Media

Both an institution and a design philosophy, Bauhaus has been one of the greatest influences in modern design.

Learn how the Bauhaus influenced design history with its emphasis on theory and practice as taught by the masters.

Pioneers of Modernity

Bauhaus Women

Unprecedented in current literature, Bauhausmädels presents 87 artists and artisans through texts and photographic portraits, many published for the very first time. Recent archival discoveries revive the biographies of better-known talents. In the 1920s, the title “Bauhaus girl” expressed a silent admiration for the young women who courageously eluded traditional gender roles to build a different, creative future.

Bauhaus Journal 1926-1931

100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus, the journal bauhaus is an important written testimony to this icon of modernity.
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70,00 €

Futura. The Typeface

Futura. The typeface is a cultural and aesthetic journey back in time to the future and opens up a new perspective on Classical Modernism.
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50,00 €

Le Corbusier Modernism

This book presents some of Le Corbusier’s landmark projects to introduce an architect, thinker, and modern pioneer.
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12,00 €

State Bauhaus in Weimar 1919-1923

In 1919, the state art school in Weimar was reopened under the direction of Walter Gropius, with a radical new teaching approach and under the new name Bauhaus.
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70,00 €

Bauhaus Pendant light HMB 25/300

Together with Hans Przyrembel, Marianne Brandt designed this well-known pendant luminaire, the height of which can be adjusted by means of a pendulum pull an...
2-5 Days
From 700,00 €

Wagenfeld Floor Lamp WST L 30

Two years later, the pioneer of industrial design Wilhelm Wagenfeld created this floor lamp to match the popular table lamp.
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999,00 €

„Bulo” HLON 11

The Designer, Olivier Niewiadomski always aims to give things a clear formal language and logical functions.
7-10 Days
650,00 €

De Stijl Piano light DS 28

The De Stijl piano lamp DS28 was designed in 1928 in the typical Bauhaus style: simple elegance meets modern functionality.
7-10 Days
590,00 €
Max Bill

Junghans Chronoscope

One of the most distinctive designers of the last century, the architect, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive body of work, including one of the most fascinating watch collections of the past decades. For the designer Max Bill, precision was an indispensable element of his creations.

Ashtray MB 24 Marianne Brandt

This 1924 ashtray is one of the earliest designs by Marianne Brandt and dates back to the beginning of her activity at the Bauhaus.
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140,00 €

Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope

As one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century, the architect, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive life's work, i...
2-5 Days
1.695,00 €

Junghans Max Bill Mega

As one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century, the architect, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive life's work, i...
2-5 Days
795,00 €

Junghans Max Bill Mega

As one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century, the architect, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive life's work, i...
2-5 Days
845,00 €

Junghans Max Bill Quarz

As one of the most extraordinary designers of the last century, the architect, sculptor and product designer Max Bill left behind an extensive life's work, i...
2-5 Days
495,00 €

TAC Rhythm Plate

Bethan Laura Wood is particularly appreciated for her experimental designs that play with colour and material.
7-10 Days
25,00 €

Tea Pot TAC by Walter Gropius

When Walter Gropius conceptualised the architecture for the Rosenthal porcelain factory in 1963, he also became interested in the subject of porcelain and cr...
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79,00 €

Tea Pot TAC by Walter Gropius

When Walter Gropius conceptualised the architecture for the Rosenthal porcelain factory in 1963, he also became interested in the subject of porcelain and cr...
7-10 Days
449,00 €

Foot 2 Beach Towels

Foot 2 shows in a funny way the lines of sport grounds such as tennis and football courts, which we then converted into colourful beach and sport towels.
7-10 Days
95,00 €

Gunta Wool Blanket

The 'Gunta' woollen blanket finds its inspiration in the Bauhaus period and the work of the Bauhaus weaver - master craftswoman Gunta Stölzl.
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185,00 €

Modernista Wool Blanket

The ZigZagZurich collection of Palucca artists and designers interprets and celebrates art in New Zealand wool.
7-10 Days
185,00 €
Rosenthal

TAC Walter Gropius

TAC 2.0 is the result of cooperation between the Rosenthal Creative Center and the Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau. The collaboration between the two institutions has made it possible for this expanded programme to do justice to the great design skills of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius.

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Naef Toys

Bauhaus Bauspiel

During her training at the legendary Bauhaus in 1923, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher designed this Bauhaus Bauspiel as part of the children’s room in the house “Am Ho...
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% 140,00 € 145,00 €
Bauhaus Movement

Bauhaus Staircase

Iconic Stairs in the Bauhaus building in Dessau Germany by Walter Gropius
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Bauhaus Movement

Less is more

This was the motto of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, an advocate of minimalism in architecture. What is less complicated is often better understood and appreciate...
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39,00 €
ZigZagZurich

Gunta Wool Blanket

The 'Gunta' woollen blanket finds its inspiration in the Bauhaus period and the work of the Bauhaus weaver - master craftswoman Gunta Stölzl.
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185,00 €
Niels Ditlev

Wagenfeld Bauhaus Lamp

The Bauhaus Table Lamp embodies the essential idea that form follows function, as espoused by the influential Bauhaus school.
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Constantin Film

Bauhaus - A New Era

The series is an excellent insight into the Weimar period of the Bauhaus.
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15,00 €
Bauhaus Movement

Free Curve to the Point

Wassily Kandinsky - Free Curve to the Point - Accompanying Sound of Geometric Curves - 1925
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Bauhaus Movement

Bauhaus Artists

The artists with a vocation for Bauhaus are called "Master of Form", and they have a master craftsman on their side as a technical supervisor.
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39,00 €
Bauhaus Movement

Rhythm

With his works, Josef Albers creates a mimetic identity, the representation lends the collection a physical and psychological sphere of influence. With this...
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39,00 €
Bauhaus Movement

Less is more

This was the motto of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, an advocate of minimalism in architecture. What is less complicated is often better understood and appreciate...
In Stock
39,00 €