Josef Albers. 1928. bauhaus. contemporary furniture, contemporary homes, contemporary décor, designer furniture, modern décor, modern ideas, home furniture, luxury furniture, high end furniture. For more inspirations: http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/inspiration-and-ideas/
Gunta Stolzl | Bauhaus Weaver and Textile Designer I had to pin this one!! One of sections to complete within my project is "Looking at how repeat pattern is used within the art movement historically and culturally" Bauhaus was a classic art movement. I adore the colour of Gunta Stolzl. It's vibrant and cheerful. The pattern isn't to over the top either. I am going for an interesting surface pattern however i do not want it to be to heavy.
i love all the lines and shapes happening in this poster. the way how they are all overlapping and intersecting are the things that inspire me whenever i think about design. i also like the minimal but yet busy feel of this too.
József Fischer Szépvölgyi street 88.B, Budapest 1933-1934: Hungarian Bauhaus architecture then and now Article 1 in hungarian: http://nol.hu/lap/kult/20090715-lebego_villa_a_budai_hegyoldalban Article 2 in hungaraian: http://www.budaipolgar.hu/helytortenet/Zentai_villa.html Hungarian wikipedia biography: https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fischer_J%C3%B3zsef_(%C3%A9p%C3%ADt%C3%A9sz)