The Bauhaus Movement geometric figures are the coolest interactive blocks for littles & not so littles! Easy-to-pile while educating babies into basic shapes and colors that surround them.
Kids will develop fine motor skills while boosting their imaginations and creativity.
A fun must to play everywhere they go!
Let’s go back to basics! Because Less is More.
Geometry and colour. This collector‘s item is a replica of the historic cradle designed by Peter Keler in 1922 during his apprenticeship at the Bauhaus.
Bauhaus Cradle by Peter Keler
Peter Keler’s cradle design dates back to the beginnings of the Bauhaus in 1922. Floating, swinging, rolling.
From 2.390,00 €
During her training at the legendary Bauhaus in 1923, Alma Siedhoff-Buscher designed this Bauhaus Bauspiel as part of the children’s room in the house “Am Ho...
Furniture? Sculpture or toy? A bit of it all. ROKKI is both a playful stool and side table.
Design for Children
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