- Elegant, flexible and suitable for a variety of uses. In its dimensions, the table set B 97 is reminiscent of Marcel Breuer’s nesting table B 9. Its altered construction, however, offers a practical advantage: due to the opening on one side, the tables can be pulled over the edge of a sofa, armch...
Elegant, flexible and suitable for a variety of uses. In its dimensions, the table set B 97 is reminiscent of Marcel Breuer’s nesting table B 9. Its altered construction, however, offers a practical advantage: due to the opening on one side, the tables can be pulled over the edge of a sofa, armchair or bed. Otherwise, they can be conveniently pushed into one another. The Thonet design from 1933 is among the classics of tubular steel furniture.
B 9 Side Tables Set - Marcel Breuer - 1925
From experiment to tubular steel classics - the set tables and stools B 9
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Nesting Table Josef Albers
The Nesting Tables powerfully combine clear geometric shapes with colours from Josef Albers' painterly oeuvre.
1808 / 1809 Side Tables
Side tables complete the cosy lounge group
From 1.050,00 €
S 35 L Armchair - Marcel Breuer - 1929
Cantilevering with a single line - the tubular steel armchair S 35
From 2.490,00 €
S 411 Cantilever Armchair
Reduction to the essentials: The classic S 411 tubular steel chair
F51 Armchair Walter Gropius
In 1922/23 Gropius designed his strictly cubic director's room in Weimar with his own designs and those of other Bauhäusler.
From 2.435,00 €
Bauhaus Rug No. 1 Gertrud Arndt
The colourful composition of the Bauhaus Carpet No. 1 by Gertrud Arndt is a design from 1924.
Anni Albers Bauhaus Rug
Based on a textile design by Anni Albers from the 1920s, the English manufacturer Christopher Farr Editions has created this motif as a tepee in two sizes.
From 695,00 €
Josef Albers Saturn L61 Lamp
Glowing economy of form
Wilhelm Wagenfeld table lamp WG 24
The Bauhaus Table Lamp embodies the essential idea that form follows function, as espoused by the influential Bauhaus school.
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.