The Bauhaus was founded on the promise of gender equality, but women Bauhauslers had to fight for recognition. These pioneering women artists challenged the conventions of the day to become pivotal in the creation of Bauhaus.
Art and technology - A new Unity
Discover the Bauhaus
Modern design is all about simplicity and funcionality 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.
The geometric shapes and lines on the rug cross, interact and repeat with subtlety and accuracy.
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Master of Metal Workshop
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.
Marianne Brandt's tea extract jug from 1924 is considered one of the most important icons of the Bauhaus.
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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.