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the bauhaus shop in the temporary bauhaus-archiv berlin
knesebeckstrasse 1-2, 10623 berlin / ubahn ernst-reuter-platz
open mondays through saturdays from 10am to 8pm
bauhaus shop. great design from the bauhaus archive berlin
objects from and for designers, architects, graphic designers, artists, aesthetes and enthusiasts, from potato peeler to bauhaus lighting, we offer design icons, innovations and simple standard forms from all over the world. we focus in particular on scandinavian and japanese design. form and functionality were the key elements in the bauhaus concepts. these also dictate the range in the bauhaus shop: we offer well designed objects for the daily life, from original bauhaus concepts to contemporary design.
Bauhaus archive / museum for design in berlin. with every purchase you support the bauhaus-archiv and contribute to the research and conservation of the worlds largest Bauhaus collection.
With the help of the Bauhaus Shop, the Bauhaus Archive Berlin acquired
image credits (from left to right)
Josef Hartwig: Bauhaus chess figures and board (Modell XIV), approx. 1924, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Kurt Kranz: Eye Series, Photomontage, 1930/31, © Ingrid Kranz
Alma Siedhoff-Buscher, Large Bauhaus Building Game, 1924
Josef Pohl: Cupboard for Bachelors, approx. 1929
Marcel Breuer: Steel Pipe Stool with textile covering, Production Embru approx 1933
Elsa Thiemann: Wallpaper design, mounted hpotogramme, approx. 1930, © bauhaus-archiv gmbh. Der wallpaper design , originated as photogramm of thread and cotton balls (?) was used as wrapping paper by bauhaus-shop in different colour constellations
Marianne Brandt: Lacquered tea caddy, Production Ruppelwerk approx. 1930-33
Jump over Bauhaus chairs, Photografy after 1927
Jean Lachaux: Plakat for the Orangerie Oven designed by Walter Gropius , approx. 1935
Otti Berger:Letter to Alexander Dorner from 29.10.1938
Marianne Brandt: Ceiling lamps, 1928/29, Production Schwintzer & Gräff, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
Heinrich Bormann: Kandem tubular table lamp, 1932