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bauhaus-movement:  Lis Beyer or Ise Gropius sitting on the B3 club chair by Marcel Breuer and wearing a mask by Oskar Schlemmer and dress fabric by Beyer, c.1927. Herzogenrath, Berlin. © Estate Erich Consemüller

bauhaus-movement: Lis Beyer or Ise Gropius sitting on the club chair by Marcel Breuer and wearing a mask by Oskar Schlemmer and dress fabric by Beyer, Herzogenrath, Berlin.

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Discover the Marcel Breuer design collection at Pamono. Find original Bauhaus furniture by Marcel Breuer at Pamono

https://flic.kr/p/bC8wbg | Cesca Chair | Marcel Breuer's Cesca Chair  Interior based on Philip Johnson's Hodgson House in New Canaan, Connecticut. This is a little know private home by Johson, just a stone's throw from his iconic glass house.   Modelled in 3ds Max and rendered in Vray

As a leader of the Bauhaus, Marcel Breuer used the technological advances of his day in the service of better living. His 1928 Cesca chair married traditional craftsmanship to industrial materials and.

Bauhaus Furniture:  Marcel Breuer: Club chair, model B3; Wassily 1925 - the first chair to be made of tubular steel is a 20th century design icon.  Breuer took inspiration for the frame from his bicycle and designed the chair whilst he was a Master at the Bauhaus.

Club chair, model B3

Bauhaus Furniture: Marcel Breuer: Club chair, model Wassily 1925 - the first chair to be made of tubular steel is a century design icon. Breuer took inspiration for the frame from his bicycle and designed the chair whilst he was a Master at the Bauhaus.

Club Chair from Oeser’s home by Josef Albers, 1928

Josef Albers Club Chair from Oeser's home 1928 Mahogany veneer, beech wood, maple, with flat cushions Bauhaus-Archiv, Berlin Photograph: Fotostudio Barsch

{w} Bauhaus furniture design: Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair. Steel tube (line) & leather (plane).

{w} Bauhaus furniture design: Marcel Breuer Wassily Chair. Steel tube (line) & leather (plane). (Remake of original)

Oskar Schlemmer holding a mask, 1930 ‘My themes – the human figure in space, its moving and stationary functions, sitting, lying, walking, standing – are as simple as they are universally valid,’ he once said of his work. ‘They are inexhaustible’

Oskar Schlemmer's ballet of geometry – in pictures

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