To celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus, we took a look at some examples of furniture design from the school which became icons of the 20th century.
Vibrant floral patterns, voluminous textures, and vivid colour combinations reflect a multicultural philosophy, which is a consequence of globalisation. The exotic is back, and at Connections by Finsa we are focussing on how to translate this into your projects through the Explore trend.
We can see the 'maker' philosophy in Arrolo, the multi-position piece of furniture developed by Arrokabe Architects for La Conexión de Finsa. It was about facilitating short meetings, halfway between stopping for a coffee and an improvised meeting. And it's 'maker'
Apart from energy efficiency, if you want to give your house the eco touch, opt for this type of furniture that, although it doesn't seem like it, use recycled materials.