I didn’t want to Bauhaus you all out last week so I saved this for today’s little treat. Soooooo much nice stuff, all Bauhaus-y and spectacular. Most of the above can be found in the exhibition shop but I also wanted to share the love out between other retailers, as I know not all of the Barbian items are available to see or buy on-line through the Barbican shop itself. The selection of exhibition-related consumer goods is very strong accompaniment to a very good exhibition. The new in-house buyer knows her stuff and has certainly made an impression on me. There’s nothing worse than coming out of something stonking to find the available treats pappy, and for a small space, they sure know how to cram it full of goodness. Go wild in the aisles of lines and squares.
1.) ’Build Things’ print by Joe Joiner, £49 (special offer ends on the 13/05/2012), Llustre, 2.) Sugar and Creamer, designed by Marianne Brandt and Helmut Schulze at the Bauhaus Steel mirror polished made by Alessi (Includes tray, creamer and sugar tongs), £165, Barbican (available in store and online) 3.) Wassily Lounge Chair, Code: 301, From: £1,428, Aram, 4.) Bauhaus: Art as Life Exhibition Catalogue, £38.95, Barbican (available in store and online) 5.) Stolen from De Stijl ceramic plates, £120 each, Darkroom London, 6.) Stolen from De Stijl large notebook,£29, Darkroom 7.) ‘My Bauhaus is Better than your Bauhaus’ tote bag, £16.95, Culture Label, 8.) Anni Albers Rug, Produced by Christopher Farr, 100% Hand tufted hand spun wool. 122 x 183 cm, £975, Barbican (available in store and online)