Bauhaus, the art style of the '20s and '30s gave us some awesome designs in architecture — but it influenced furniture design, too. Here are some of the most wonderful examples.

A cradle, designed by Peter Keler in 1922

(via Antiqbook)

F51 Office Armchair, designed by Walter Gropius for his office at the Dessau Bauhaus

The WG 24 lamp (also known as the Wagenfeld Lampe), 1924, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld and Karl J. Jucker

Laccio Table, by Marcel Breuer, c. 1925

(via Knoll)


The Model B3 (also known as Wassily) Chair, designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925-1926

An unknown woman in a B3 chair, wearing a mask, designed by Oskar Schlemmer and a dress, designed by Herbert Beyer, c. 1926:

(via MoMA and Casa-Factory)


Nesting tables, designed by Josef Albers, 1926-1927

The LC4 (Chaise Longue or Long Chair), designed by Le Corbusier in 1928

Cesca C32 Cane Chair, designed by Marcel Breuer, 1928

The LC1 Villa Church, designed by Le Corbusier, 1928

Barcelona chair, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich, 1929

(via Wikimedia Commons and moDecor Furniture)

A chair, designed by the Czech Jindrich Halabala in 1930

The Barcelona daybed, designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1930

A chrome-plated tubular steel couch from Germany, 1932

A cabinet designed by Bruno Weil for Thonet, 1932

A desk by Mücke-Melder Company, 1934

A Kienzle table clock, 1934

Steel armchairs by Mücke & Melder

A tubular steel sideboard from 1935

A wardrobe, designed by the Czech Robert Slezák, produced in 1935

Short Chair, designed by Marcel Breuer, 1936

A German dressing table from the mid-1930s

A drinks trolley by Zsuzsa Kozma, 1938-1939

Bonus: Pendant light Berlin, in the style of German Modernism, from 2001