The Bauhaus Teething Rings are easy to hold by babies hands & yummy to chew on!
Designed with squeezy figures to learn their first shapes & the basic colors while soothing teething gums.
Kids will develop fine motor skills while boosting their imaginations and creativity.
Easy to hang & take everywhere they go!
Let’s go back to basics! Because Less is More.
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.
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.
Michael Kimmerle gives an introduction to the world of the Bauhaus.
From 29,00 €
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 €
Design for Children
A comprehensive, genre-defining survey of children's product and furniture design from Bauhaus to today