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This particular armchair, the F51, was designed by Gropius for his office at the Dessau Bauhaus. Widely studied, the F51 chair is a particular favorite of architects and designers. Its bold look dominates any environment. Walter Gropius was a German architect and founder of Bauhaus. Along with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier, he is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of "modern" architecture. In 1908 Gropius found employment with the firm of Peter Behrens, one of the…

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The DSL 23 Bauhaus Floor Lamp from 1923 is a clear reflection of the distinctive Bauhaus style, even though its designer, the architect Richard Döcker, never studied or taught at the Bauhaus School. The DSL 23 Floor Lamp is the perfect marriage of clearly defined shapes and lines, high functionality and sophisticated details – as simple as it may seem, the almost free-floating lamp head makes it an extremely elegant eye-catcher. The opal glass sphere emits a warm cloud of light, making the…

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This set of four tables was designed by Bauhaus master Josef Albers, a designer with work in MoMA’s collection. While serving as the artistic director of the furniture workshop at the Bauhaus from 1926 to 1927, Albers conceived the Nesting Tables for the private Berlin apartment of his and his wife Anni's closest friends. Albers was known for his geometric paintings, and his logic and passion for color are applied to these tables. Crafted in Germany from solid oak with lacquered glass tops…

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DescriptionA sculptural lounge chair designed as a tribute to the much acclaimed Bauhaus Art School. Made of slick black or white weather-resistant powder-coated stainless steel the Bauhaus Lounge Chair is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. You will notice immediately that the sitting comfort is remarkable and that the seat and backrest is slightly hollowed out and for that reason the Bauhaus Lounge chair remains comfortable. The chair is made from durable stainless steel and ensures…

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Marcel Breuer's Wassily Chair (1925) is one of the most famous products of the Bauhaus School. It is a club armchair with all the stuffing taken out, leaving a behind a skeletal framework and stretched seat, back, and arms. Marcel Breuer is considered one of the fathers of Modernism. During his career, he was an architect, teacher and furniture designer. Breuer is famous for a number of furniture designs, though perhaps no chair design is more famous than his Wassily Chair. Marcel Breuer…

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Marcel Breuer's B40 Chair is one of the most iconic pieces from the Bauhaus School. This model is produced by Tecta in Germany, the licensed producer of this item. Developed in 1926 as the B5 for Standard-Moebel, and reissued by Tecta as the B40, this simple chair is still popular today around a dining room table or as a single utilitarian sculpture. The B40 is available in a variety of finishes including fabric, CORA, and iron yarn (a Bauhaus-created thick woven fabric). You can read more…

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Bauhaus furniture design was based on the premise that it was necessary to develop new and radically different forms for the pieces of furniture that would be in the modern home. The cantilevered chair shown here, designed by Marcel Breuer in 1928, is now so familiar that it is hard to imagine the shock of seeing a chair without back legs, formed from a seemingly continuous loop of chrome-plated steel. The Bauhaus Cantilever Chair (D 40) was designed by Marcel Breuer at the Bauhaus Dessau in…

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This particular armchair, the F51, was designed by Gropius for his office at the Dessau Bauhaus. Widely studied, the F51 chair is a particular favorite of architects and designers. Its bold look dominates any environment. Walter Gropius was a German architect and founder of Bauhaus. Along with Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier, he is widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of "modern" architecture. In 1908 Gropius found employment with the firm of Peter Behrens, one of the…

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Find the Walter Gropius F51 Three Seat Sofa and other Bauhaus classics at Bauhaus 2 Your House. Shop for your favorite today. Free shipping nationwide.

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