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Resultado de imagen de bauhaus diseño

The Armchair design by Walter Gropius for Tecta, is a reproduction of the armchair that was used in Gropius' office at the Dessau Bauhaus. The Gropius Armchair has been widely studied, and is widely known by architects and designers.


Fresh, sophisticated, modern dog beds and accessories that fit with home's decor. The Chimère line by French design company Bloom Room that debuted recently at Milan Design Week Why can’t all dog stuff be this cool?

Walter Gropius Bauhaus Office Armchair F51

Walter Gropius Bauhaus Office Armchair F51

Find the Walter Gropius Bauhaus Office Armchair and other Bauhaus classics at Bauhaus 2 Your House.

celia-hannes: “Marcel Breuer Tischlerei Bauhaus Weimar, Lattenstuhl, 1924 ”

design-is-fine: “ Marcel Breuer, Lath chair, Tischlerei Bauhaus Weimar. Collection bauhaus Archiv “Breuer carried out his first functional analyses on correct sitting posture with his Wood-Slat.

1920 Gropius Chair  Walter Gropius  Germany

Walter Gropius designed the armchair for the director's room at the Bauhaus in Weimar. Filled with polyurethane foam, the armchair fabric or leather coated armchair is supported by an ash or maple frame.

1stdibs at NYDC, offered by Collage 20th Century Classics, Bauhaus Desk and Mart Stam Chair, Germany, 1930s

Bauhaus Desk and Mart Stam Chair

art deco-11 | 12 Famous Chairs Designed By Famous Architects -Walter Gropius

12 Famous Chairs Designed By Famous Architects

The famous Armchair No. F 51 by Walter Gropius is a stunning example of how architectural influences often spill over into other types of design.


On View: De Stijl Designer Gerrit Rietveld

Gerrit Rietveld Dutch designer and one of the co founders of the De Stijl movement circa 1917 design legend

BAUHAUS!!! moderno a que si? Diseño de la década del 20, 30 del s.XX: Mesa auxiliar de diseño bauhaus. LACCIO Knoll

Marcel Breuer Laccio Tables - Table top features a satin finish, smooth plastic laminate in either black, white or red.


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