Bauhaus classicSimple and scaled down, composed of two blue circles (rings), red rectangles and More…
Simple and scaled down, composed of two blue circles (rings), red rectangles and yellow triangles, the cradle symbolizes the Bauhaus design particularly well, because colour, form and composition were elements of Bauhaus theory. Peter Keler designed the cradle in 1922 during his apprenticeship at Bauhaus. It was part of the bedroom furniture for the model house "Am Horn". The small cradle is congruent to the original in color, shape and proportions at a of scale 1: 7, and to a large extent, has been carefully crafted by hand.
Diameter of 7 cm x 14 cm
Metal, composite mineral surface material, woven rattan, cavalry twill (milled wool fabric)
Naef`s replica (1:7) is intended for collectors aged 14 and over.
Was born in 1898 in Kiel, Germany. During his studies, he was an apprentice at Bauhaus in Weimar, where he was subsequently hired as the colour designer. When Bauhaus relocated to Dessau, he remained, working as a freelance painter, commercial artist, interior designer, furniture designer and architect. From 1946 he taught at the College of Architecture and Fine Arts in Weimar. Peter Keler died in 1982 in Weimar.