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Bauhaus Párty

Maroš Schmidt, Mária Rišková



Is Slovak history of design linked with German? How did products look like during the interwar, wartime and post-war period? Were we linked by shape, music or school?


Slovak Museum of Design (SMD) in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Bratislava invites all lovers of good design and music for Bauhaus party, on Tuesday, September 23rd, Panenská street no. 33, where all participants would receive the answers to all these questions. One-day exhibition of Czechoslovak, Slovak and German products from the Slovak Museum of Design collection Slovak are presenting the period between 20s and 80s years of the 20th century.


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Table blower VS13, copy of Albin Sprenger B1601962. 1966. Producer: n. p. Omnia Pohorelá.



Promotional Items – Elephant ashtray and cigarette case. 1928. Producer: Cable factory úč. spol. Gummon works



Camera Futurit. 1938. Producer: Cable factory úč. spol. Gummon works. Design: Fritz Kaftanski