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Porcelain Bowl Bauhaus Lara Luetke
£41.65 inc. tax

£41.65 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.
Thinking the world anew - the Bauhaus had no small ambitions when the founders started off after WWI as an art school. Following the trend, set by the Vienna Secession, the founders embarked on a Gesamtkunstwerk. The school planned and did indeed research into the foundations of art, creativity and design, but they also developed an encompassing training schedule for all kinds of related craftmanships. The impact that this German art school developed following the years 1919 until it was closed down by Nazi barbarism, and much later, cannot be overestimated. It was certainly the most famous art movement ever developed in Germany, or at least the most long lasting export good of its kind with influences into the United States, but also - much understudied - as far as North Korea. This is true for architecture, but also in contemporary ceramic design like Rosenthal. How expensive this classic ware can be show various bids on shop sides and the number of times these come with a tac on image websides.

The Product of the Porcelain Bowl by designer Lara Lütke
As a student at the Bauhaus University of Weimar, Lara Lütke provides us with a delicate bowl, handmade in her studio of ceramics and other products, as one can see at her facebook profile. For this porcelain ware she took her inspiration from vintage photographies that show the Pavillon of the Milan Exhibition of the Bauhaus from the year 1926. This was created by Otto Bartning, the then director of the Bauhaus school. For the creation of the bowl, the pavillon dome-shaped roof had been turned upside down, thus, forming the basic shape of the bowl. The diamond structured roof is minutely incorporated as a structured surface which gives the bowl its special character and design. As every bowl is handmade, each piece is a unique piece of art and will vary slightly.

The Product
The bowl measures Ø ~ 5,7 inch hight 3,4 inch
Use the bowl for serving starters or keeping sugar sweets
Each piece is individually made in the studio of the designer artist
It is glazed inside, or inside and outside

You will also be happy about our low postage prices.
Product Code: LL02
Brand: Bauhaus Museum Weimar
weight: 100 g
Product Condition: New
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