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Hannes Meyer's co-op zimmer, 1926

View Co-op Interieur by Hannes Meyer on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Hannes Meyer.

Hannes Meyer, Co-op room, Basel, 1926, © Archiv ETH Zürich.

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Hannes Meyer, Two Folding Chairs ‘co-op interieur‘, 1925/26Beech, cotton, metalGermany, 1925/26Ha

Hannes Meyer, Two Folding Chairs ‘co-op interieur‘, cotton, metalGermany,

Hannes Meyer, Hans Wittwer en Bouwafdeling Bauhaus Dessau, Prijsvraagontwerp voor de Bundesschule des ADGB in Bernau, 1928

Hannes Meyer, Hans Wittwer and Construction Department of Bauhaus Dessau, Competition design for the Federal Schule des ADGB in Bernau, 1928

Georg Muche, Baugesuch für das "Haus Am Horn". Entwurfsplan, 1923

Georg Muche, Application for a Building Permit for the Haus Am Horn, 1923 Weimar Classics Foundation, (L 2108 a)

Hannes Meyer, BAUHAUS

Hannes Meyer, BAUHAUS

Hannes Meyer

Hannes Meyer around the time he became director at Bauhaus. Hannes Meyer – was a Swiss architect and director of the Bauhaus in Dessau from 1928 to

Bundesschule des ADGB / Hannes Meyer / Hans Wittwer Bernau bei Berlin (1928 - 1930)

Bundesschule des ADGB / Hannes Meyer / Hans Wittwer Bernau bei Berlin (1928 - 1930)

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If he is remembered at all, the architect Hannes Meyer is remembered inappropriately as the “third” director of the Bauhaus. He was actually the second director of the Bauhaus.

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by Hannes Meyer (Bauhaus-Dessau)

Bauhaus, Design Products, Berlin, Desks, Tables, Table, Working Tables, Office Desk, Berlin Germany

Folding chair, c1925 Hannes Meyer

Hannes Meyer, Co-op folding chair, directors chair, Switzerland. “ Designed for the Co-op Room for Meyer’s project The Mobile Living and Sleeping Cell for Modern Nomads. The room was reduced to the most essential necessities and only furnished.

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