Kacper Królikowski

Kacper Królikowski

Kacper Królikowski
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Norwegian architects add pixelated tower to Oslo’s waterfront Barcode Project.

Norwegian architects add pixelated tower to Oslo’s waterfront Barcode Project.

e2a Eckert Eckert (via Bloglovin.com )

e2a Eckert Eckert (via Bloglovin.com )

House of Dior - Seoul, Korea - Architect: Christian de Portzamparc #retail #iidagaforums

House of Dior - Seoul, Korea - Architect: Christian de Portzamparc #retail #iidagaforums

Moholy Nagy, László - Composition - Bauhaus - Oil on canvas - Abstract - Moholy-Nagy Foundation - Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Moholy Nagy, László - Composition - Bauhaus - Oil on canvas - Abstract - Moholy-Nagy Foundation - Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Andy Burgess (British, b. 1969), Bauhaus, Tel Aviv, 2010

Andy Burgess (British, b. 1969), Bauhaus, Tel Aviv, 2010

Minimalist photography in black & white of balconies | Architecture. Architektur | Photo: ivo mathieu gaston |

Minimalist photography in black & white of balconies | Architecture. Architektur | Photo: ivo mathieu gaston |

Standard Lamp,1926 - Wilhelm Wagenfeld, designer; Metallwerkstatt des Staatlichen Bauhauses, manufacturer

Standard Lamp,1926 - Wilhelm Wagenfeld, designer; Metallwerkstatt des Staatlichen Bauhauses, manufacturer

MC :: The Bauhaus 'movement' has always appealed to me primarily because of its combining home and work in the one environment; it seems a simple solution to so many problems like decreased family interaction and increased urban sprawl. This image reminds me why I was drawn to the movement in the first place: commercialisation x aesthetic form + function

MC :: The Bauhaus 'movement' has always appealed to me primarily because of its combining home and work in the one environment; it seems a simple solution to so many problems like decreased family interaction and increased urban sprawl. This image reminds me why I was drawn to the movement in the first place: commercialisation x aesthetic form + function

Bauhaus Textiles

Bauhaus Textiles

The first commercial product of Bauhaus alumni, Wilhelm Wagenfeld — his famous opal glass lamp, conceived c.1923-24 and still in manufacture today. @designerwallace

The first commercial product of Bauhaus alumni, Wilhelm Wagenfeld — his famous opal glass lamp, conceived c.1923-24 and still in manufacture today. @designerwallace