Come visit us at London Design Fair from September 19th to 22nd at the Old Truman's Brewery!
The year 2019 marks the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, one of the 20th century most influential cultural movements.
The German art school was founded in Weimar by Walter Gropius in 1919 and it moved to Dessau first and then to Berlin. Although the Bauhaus was closed because of the Nazis in 1933, its ideas continued to spread all over the world along with emigrating Bauhaus members to Switzerland, Israel, USA and other countries.
The intention of the Bauhaus school was to reunite the arts that were previously separated in the academies in order to arrive at contemporary forms of art and architecture. The Bauhaus style became very influential in modern design, art, architecture, graphic design, interior design and typography.
In occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, Michele Rondelli & Sophie Probst continued the series of "Bauhaused Blankets", now available also in cotton. Geometric patterns declined in bright colours, celebrate one of the most important movement of architecture, art and design of the whole 20th century.
The new ZigZagZurich Artist Wool Blankets Collection adds an exciting new roaster of artists from around the globe. From the experimental work of Mexico based artist Daniel Barreto to the Swiss works of Michele Rondelli and Sophie Probst. The new Collection is inspired by art & graphics - from Pop Art to Bauhaus, spray paint effects, clear and bold stripes and geometric overlapping. The new "twisted yarns" give a unique melange effect.
Sol Entre Ondas by Daniel Barreto
Gunta by Sophie Probst & Michele Rondelli
Ombre by Michele Rondelli
Heroes by Michele Rondelli
A faux pas by Sophie Probst
Checkmate by Michele Rondelli
A melange by Michele Rondelli
Bauhaused 3 by Michele Rondelli
Bauhaused 4 by Michele Rondelli