Hugo Danti02.14.07   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Modern Home   |   By: Kellis Landrum
Tags: Industrial Design, Interior Design, Product Design
Part of the first year of school for any design student includes a chapter on the Bauhaus and what might have been if it had not closed down in 1933. The style has been revisited and evolved although never seemingly on a large enough scale to be fully appreciated.
The closest it seems we can get are designers like Hugo Danti who take the simple, classic aesthetics of modernist design (like the tea cups shown above) and them apply them to modern technology like these designs for Nokia and Leica.