An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about bauhaus

Project • By AI StudioApartments


Constructed in 1927 by the civil engineer V. Patek, the original “Telephone Exchange'' building at Number 5 Bakuniskaya Street is a classic example of Russian industrial constructivism. It is one of three identical buildings in Moscow. The four-story, T-shaped structure has not been used since digital telecommunications were introduced in the city and has been falling into decay for two decades.  Constructivism is the only unique Soviet-Russian grand architectural style, akin to the  Bauhaus school.  Many buildings in Western Europe were designed by students of this movement, including notable Soviet émigré Berthold Lubetkin. These architects applied the emerging method and style of the VKHUTEMAS school t... More

Project • By Chapman TaylorOffices

NOI Techpark

The 25,000sqm NOI (Nature of Innovation) Techpark in Bolzano, one of Italy’s most desirableareas to live and work, is designed to house a wide range of innovation companies, university research institutionsand training centres as an engine for economic development throughout the South Tyrol region.   Originally home to an aluminum factory, the plant was the biggest aluminum producer in Italy from 1937 until it closed. Both the owner and the designersdecided to achieve for the new building the target of nearly Zero Energy Building.NOI Techpark achieved LEED v4 Neighbourhood Development Gold sustainability certification, first in Europe, second in the World.   The client brief was to create a technologypark at a disused fo... More

Product • By Asa PingreeMagic Daybed

Magic Daybed

The bed is made of a lightweight fiberglass composite. The finish is green linen molded in a clear gel coat surface that is extremely durable and suitable for extended outdoor life. The cushion, pictured here with indoor upholstery, is made of natural latex foam and covered in a Maharam fabric that can sustain high wear and is inherently flame resistant. More

Product • By Asa PingreeMonitor Stool

Monitor Stool

Asa Pingree’s slinky, singular fiberglass creations are a direct reflection of the designer’s penchant for clean lines and lightweight structures. The stool is made of a lightweight fiberglass composite with a molded gel coat surface that is extremely durable. The cushion is latex foam covered in hand stitched velvet. Variations can be made to order. More

Product • By Asa PingreeMonitor Bench

Monitor Bench

The sculptural monitor bench is a strong centre piece for a lobby, a graphic ending to a master bed, or a playful seating to punctuate an entry or courtyard. Available in a variety of colors and fabrics the monitor bench can be adapted for both indoor or outdoor spaces. The base is made of a lightweight fiberglass composite with a molded gel coat surface that is extremely durable and suitable for extended outdoor life. The bolster, pictured here with indoor upholstery, is made of super high density foam and covered in a Maharam fabric that can sustain high wear and is inherently flame resistant. More

Project • By Uru ConsultingPrivate Houses

Box House

“A Clean, Well-lighted Place”, the title of a Hemingway story sits well with this Box House erected by the Design Firm, Uru Consulting. This unembellished house that is home to sunlight and the cool breeze of the Elanji tree, is situated near the International Airport, Calicut. Uru offers the perfect design for the Box House, a plain canvas open to the improvisations of the client with artistic sensibilities. Bauhaus Design and Minimalism: Arts and Crafts for Function Minimalism finds its manifestation through the Bauhaus design- combining Arts and Crafts a rare blend of aesthetic refinement and mundanity. This Scandinavian architectural design stands out for its harmoniously balanced geometric shapes, deep-rooted in one word:... More

Project • By Samuelov StudioShowrooms

Klil Bauhouse

Transparence Minimalism in a Retro Sense Studio Samuelov has been designing Klil’s showrooms for many years. In 2020 an updated was needed to fit to the new Bauhaus series, and the story we have chosen in the showroom design showcase the style’s values: precise minimalism, functionality and a retro sense. The challenge in the design process was telling a story about an almost invisible product, a window that’s simply combines thin aluminum and a transparent glass, that practically blends into the space.   The creative solution was to highlight this specific quality, giving the product an interesting quiet appearance, allowing the store’s customers to walk through it. We decided to highlight the transparency an... More

Project • By KikekellerHotels

7 Islas hotel

Inaugurated in 2002 by businessman Juan Rosa, originally from Lanzarote, 7 Islas Hotel was opened with the purpose of being a home away from home for all those Canaries visiting Madrid. In 2012 Juan Rosa’s granddaughters, Mónica, Kira and Luz take the baton of the hotel and convert it, without losing its essence, in the current 7 Islands Hotel, a space that combines art, design and gastronomy in an excellent way. The remodelling of the hotel has been done by Madrid furniture and interior design studio Kikekeller who has not neglected a single detail of the project. From the different environments of its diaphanous lobby to each of its rooms   INDEPENDENT AND FAMILY RUNNED HOTEL The 7 Islas Hotel is one of the few hotels... More

Project • By Gnädinger ArchitectsPrivate Houses

273 Dohnenstieg

Berlin classic A circumspect conversion and ingenious extension transform a traditional dwelling into a modern capital city residence. Exquisite furnishings and sustainable comfort unite to form a sophisticated structure. Reconstruction and extension of a 1930s villa Preserving the character of the existing building in Berlin-Dahlem was not only a requirement of the local authority; it was also a concern of the design-oriented property developer. Complete renovation to a high standard with an extension has transformed the residence – built in the 1930s by Architect Fritz August Breuhaus – into a sophisticated structure for contemporary living and sustainable comfort. On the street side, the house has retained its original des... More

Project • By AD ARCHITECTURE | Architecture + interior designPrivate Houses

A Minimalist Geometric Home

A large single-storey home features a restrained aesthetic "I've always been trying to apply the principle of subtraction to design practices, so as to accentuate people's sensory experiences in the space. I seek pleasure in architectural practices, and work to create minimalist art."   — Xie Peihe Background Situated at the CBD of Shantou, this single-storey luxury residence embraces the river view outside. Spanning 300 square meters, the space is like a piece of white curtain, which opens up a free field for people to experience. The project draws inspiration from the visual presentation of performances on stage. We turned the white space into a serene backdrop and stage for the occupants, with the details and dotted brigh... More

Product • By FlexformCarlotta


The timeless design of this practical side table has its roots in the Bauhaus school. The joint screws, clearly visible on the metal structure, emphasize the austere, unornamented design that sets this side table apart. It comes in chrome, satin, burnished, black chrome or champagne finish. Three table tops – two in the round version and one square – can be crafted in Canaletto walnut or ash, stained in a wide palette of colors or lacquered in an array of sophisticated shades. More

Project • By Philipp ArchitektenPrivate Houses

Villa Leitner

This modern flat roof villa, designed for a family of four in Pfaffenhofen, Germany, was awarded the first prize in the competition "House of the Year", organized by Europe's biggest living magazine "Schöner Wohnen". With its formal references to the “Bauhaus”, the L-shaped building impresses by its large glass fronts, through which light and air gain access inside. This impressed the jury as well as "the modern interpretation of the wood panel construction, whose weather-independent, accurate and fast prefabrication of quality is not to beat." Fairfaced concrete, wood and glass dominate the aesthetic simplicity of the building, accentuated by elements such as the historic cast-iron pillar in the living area. This was deli... More

Project • By Philipp ArchitektenPrivate Houses


This complex and fascinating puzzle of different cubes evolves on a sloping clearing in the forest near Frankfurt, Germany. The basic idea of the design uses the sightlines of two old trees standing on the property and benefits, apart from the general views of the surrounding nature, also from the skyline of Frankfurt. Along these lines of sight, cubes of different proportion are piled up around the central core of the staircase. With a height of nine metres throughout the entire building, this “heart of the house” serves as an exhibition space for the client’s alternating artwork, exposed through a skylight. The two-storey housing cube, stretching into the sky, contains a 6-meter library wall and an equally high window... More

Project • By Surfacedesign, IncResidential Landscape

Atelier Luxury Apartments Landscape

Real estate developer Carmel Partners awarded Surfacedesign creative control of the outside living spaces at its luxury apartment project Atelier, designed by architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz.  Taking inspiration from the building’s proximity to the former Los Angeles Garment District, Surfacedesign’s overall approach was influenced by the Bauhaus textile patterns of Anni Albers.  Geometrical lines and shapes are repeated throughout the 33-story project’s two outdoor living spaces: pool/amenity deck and rooftop lounge.  Surfacedesign injected the textile inspiration into the composition, stitching together the hardscape with a rich landscape of native and Mediterranean plantings.   Atelier&rsq... More

Project • By Ahead ConceptPrivate Houses

Golden Stream

“I don't do special effects. I do characters. I do creatures”, Stan Winston, a famous movie special effect master from the Hollywood, once said it. What he tried to express was that what special effects do from the beginning is not merely creating a gorgeous effect for sounds and visuals, it is to truthfully create a brand new and completely unique character or a creature; such expression coincidentally matches the idea behind the creation of “Golden Stream”. During the preliminary stage of the design drafting, the owner’s own avant-garde thinking and innovative spirit can be felt from the progress of getting along. It also fuses the inspiration from a movie, Tron: Legacy, which is one of the owner’s favo... More