naef | bauhaus chess set + board

naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board
naef | bauhaus chess set + board

naef | bauhaus chess set + board

An original Bauhaus design from 1923. The geometric shapes visually represent the moves allowed by the various pieces with ingenious simplicity, i.e. the bishop can move in diagonals, thus is shaped as a cross.


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Bauhaus reproductions by Naef are classics in the true sense of the word. The historic use of form which these objects express is characteristic of the Bauhaus collection. Products adorned with the Naef logo stand for the highest precision and quality in wood craftsmanship. Adults and children all over the world are inspired by the harmony of craft and design in these objects which encourages creativity and development of the senses during play.


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Josef Hartwig completed an apprenticeship as a stonemason from 1893 to 1897. As early as 1897, when he was just 17 years old, he worked on the interior design of the well-known Elvira photo studio in Munich, which was designed by August Endell. He studied under Balthasar Schmidt and others at the Munich academy from 1904 to 1908. From 1914, he worked as a stonemason in Berlin (gravestones).

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