Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Flooring Created To Celebrate Bauhaus Centenary | Guest Post

AD | In celebration of 100 years of Bauhaus, Atrafloor* has created a new flooring product inspired by iconic Bauhaus art and geometric design. The Weimar design features overlaying geometric shapes with an abstract tile effect. It provides a contemporary yet classic style for floors and is undeniable 'Bauhaus'. It is named after the Weimar furnace factory, the location of the first Bauhaus ceramics workshop.



The tile effect design has been developed in the spirit of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius, by experimenting with the everyday. It is made for those who are looking for something different to ordinary flooring options.

The flooring incorporates architectural elements and simple geometrics in a collection of bold, block colour palettes inspired by the influential work of the Bauhaus art school, established in 1919.

Atrafloor* is passionate about design and product innovation, combining the latest design trends with pioneering new manufacturing processes to create unique and modern custom flooring.

With love, Alisha Valerie. x

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