The Bauhaus, the iconic German art and design school, turns 100 this year, and celebrations are in full force. In addition to being the subject of a chock full of impressive exhibitions around the world this year—and today’s Google Doodle—the centennial is also ample cause for publishers and design brands to release their most covetable Bauhaus or Bauhaus-inspired wares.
Below, browse a roundup of the coolest Bauhaus 100 special releases. And do check out Curbed’s coverage of all things Bauhaus, from its trailblazing women and legendary costume parties to a closer look at its legacy according to today’s design leaders.
This modern waterjet tile collection from New York-based designer Alison Rose is a highly-customizable geometric dream. It’s available in a number of classic stones from European quarries, including Bianco Carrara, Vanilla Onyx (shown here), and Verde Aurora.
This cool wallpaper design incorporates buildings by Walter Gropius and plenty of geometric shapes. Pictured here in “concrete”, the pattern is also available in five other colors.