Metal Coat Rack with Colored Hooks - Vilmos Huszar, 1925
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Josef Albers, 1924.
JA 24 Si
While he was at the Bauhaus, Albers designed furniture and smaller objects - tea
glasses and fruit bowls. Two fruit bowl designs, created in 1924 are illustrated in
Bauhausbuch No.7. The design includes a round glass plate and a silver plated ring,
held in place by three plastic balls. The space between the ring and the glass plate
allows air to circulate to prevent the fruit from spoiling. Our reproduction is inspired
by the original in the Bauhaus Archive.
Silver plated brass, black plastic and clear glass.
Each bowl is consecutively numbered and bears the Bauhaus, Josef Albers and TECNOLUMEN
Metal Clothes Rack for the Wall with Colorful Hooks
Vilmos Huszar – 1925
Hungarian painter and author Vilmos Huszar (1884 – 1960) designed the cover
and the insignia for the first edition of "de Stijl" in 1917. "de Stiji" art magazine was
jointly published by Theo van Doesburg, Plet Mondrian, and Gerrit Rietveld.
Typical elements of the "de Stijl" philosophy include abstract geometric forms
in vertical hues of black, white, and gray.
Designed by Vilmoz Huszar in 1925, the little clothes rack for the wall is a typical
example of the formal and chromatic idiom championed by "de Stiji."