Photography Meets Bauhaus Design – A Geometric Contrast

I Lobo You is completely head over heels with photography art, now imagine if this concept met with Bauhaus design and became a fun “modern art” project. That is exactly what happened with it.

Even the bursting colors and patterns won’t make you take your eyes off from this stunning Bauhaus design example-project. Art furniture items from very acclaimed design brands and artists were merged into this so the final project could be even more accurate!

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Desk with a Bauhaus design attributed to Marcel Breuer (30s) by Thonet in RN Antiques and, above it, German clock Kastell (80s). The model holds muranos-orange and lemon-Sicilian- (40’s), both in Loja Teo.

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The Bauhaus design pieces here are the Sunburst Clock (1949) by George Nelson for Vitra, Corona armchair (60s) with a Poul Voltherdesign and the model holds a magazine rack Ferro Velho (50s).

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Italian table (70s) and above it, set of dishes from Ventura Design Vidros’ glasses (40s) in Loja Teo, vase from Ota Design and Chair (50s) designed by Geraldo de Barros. The hanging lamp is from Pantográfica (2017) designed by Gustavo Di Menno.

What is your favorite Bauhaus furniture piece so far? Or the one that contemplates the best Bauhaus design?

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Table Jaya de Artefacto and, on it, lamp (on the left) by Adriana de Breton, and ceramic vase with black and white stripes from Marché Art de Vie. Stool-tool bench (2016), designed by Konstantin Grcic from Vitra. Upholstery Masks XXXVII, design by Niobe Xandó.

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Bed (50’s) designed by Geraldo de Barros from Legado Arte, Jaya artifact table and, above it, table lamp (60s) from Loja Teo and German teapot (80s) designed by Matteo Thun. Are you liking this Bauhaus design project so far?

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Painting inspired by the work of Josef Albers; Side table Malta, design by Studio Saccaro and, on top of it, German teapot (80s), designed by Matteo Thun de Arzberg at Legado Arte.

Source: AD México

Photos: Fran Parente

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