Architecture of Doom
Concrete street furniture, Halle-Silberhöhe
peerintothepast:

Woman on a scooter. 1916
zolotoivek:

Sergei Chekhonin - Poster with a personification of Pollution, 1919-20
cinoh:

cabinhome:
bauhaus wardrobe  via

Wardrobe for a children’s room, 1924, by Marcel Breuer and Katt Both. Made by the Bauhaus Carpenter’s Workshop, Weimar. Door painted in blackboard lacquer. Via Gallery Ulrich Fiedler, Berlin.
scandinaviancollectors:

Axel Einar Hjorth, Utö dining table, circa 1932. Material pine wood. Manufactured by Nordiska Kompaniet, Sweden. Hjorth had a strong primitive modernist period during 1930s and Utö is part of this period. / Phillips
scandinaviancollectors:

Zig Zag chairs, designed by Gerrit Rietveld for G. A. van de Groenekan, Holland. 1934. These examples from around 1960. Material stained pine. / PAD Fairs
terriblerealestateagentphotos:

Jean-Paul Sartre said “hell is other people”. It is not. Hell is this patio.
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rosswolfe:

Workshop chair (1929), designed by students at Hannes Meyer’s Bauhaus in Dessau. (via http://thecharnelhouse.org/2013/08/10/hannes-meyer/)
aqqindex:

Gerrit Rietveld, Crate Desk, Circa 1934
archiveofaffinities:

Koloman Moser, Sideboard and Fireplace for Moser’s Guest Room, 1902
thecwst:

It’s amazing that Peter Bang designed this for Bang & Olufsen in 1934 and it looks like something that could come out in 2014.  (via)
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