The Albers Foundation at NYC's The NOMA
When one's mind wanders to places where art lingers, beyond museums and galleries, homes become the next natural conclusion. Initially, it's possible to imagine historic or even forgotten pieces in small Parisian attics, or American masters hiding...
Bauhaus Chess Set
Instead of castles, horses and crowns, this wooden chess set uses geometric shapes to signpost each piece’s function. Originally designed by Joseph Hartwig in 1923, the minimalist, Bauhaus-style game has been brought back to life by Naef for contemporary...
Set of Four Espresso Cups
Danish architect Arne Jacobsen left his legacy behind in structures large (such as the SAS Royal Hotel) and small (his Ant, Egg and Swan chairs), but he went even smaller when he created original typography for Aarhus City Hall in 1937. Danish company...
rOtring 800+ Mechanical Pencil and Stylus
Founded amidst the Bauhuas design school era in 1928, Germany's rOtring is known for precision-made writing devices and creative tools, designed and built with the highest sense of form and function. To bring the brand into the modern era, rOtring...
Max Bill
Swiss artist, architect and designer Max Bill left behind a vast collection of ingenious and influential work, including a celebrated group of wristwatches for German luxury watchmaker Junghans. Originally produced in 1961, these elite mechanical timepieces...
Nowness In Residence: Rolf Sachs
For their first venture in a new series exploring the intimate side of a designer's life, Nowness takes a look at the alpine-obsessed artist Rolf Sachs and his Olympic Stadium-turned-holiday home in St. Moritz. The dynamic London-based designer...
Bauhaus: Art as Life
Beginning tomorrow, London's Barbican Art Gallery will kick off a several-month-long Bauhaus-themed exhibit—the UK's largest in four decades—in Bauhaus: Art as Life. The 400-piece show will cover a wide swathe of topics, from art (paintings...