DINING TABLE 1985
COMPLEX CURVED STEEL
15MM TEMPERED GLASS
PRODUCT BOX SIZE
MEET THE MASTER BEHIND THE ORIGINAL DESIGN
The Bauhaus school based its design philosophy on the principles that design should be relevant to the needs of society and that it should utilize modern technology and materials to inexpensively meet consumer needs. The Bauhaus school eschewed what it considered “bourgeois” decorative details and instead promoted functional, inexpensive, consumer products where form follows function and less is more. This philosophy resulted in clean, simple and modern design.