Minimal Love - für Archilovers

Minimal Love - for Archilovers

With the current MINIMAL LOVE collection, we paint in black and white and celebrate the great architecture of Mies van der Rohe, Walter Gropius, Le Corbusier and Emil Fahrenkamp in Berlin. We have mugs, tea towels, coasters and breakfast boards in our range.

In 1968 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's New National Gallery opened its doors for the first time. In 2015 they joined forces for the refurbishment by Chipperfield Architects. The modernization was completed this year and the architectural icon shines in new splendor.

A reduced icon of the New National Gallery can be seen on the minimalist mug LUDWIG 1968 made of high-quality porcelain. The name refers to the year of construction and the architect.

Another beautifully designed mug, called EMIL 1932, features a minimalist depiction of the Shell House . The building on Berlin's Landwehr Canal was completed in 1932, the architect was Emil Fahrenkamp.

The WALTER 1979 mug is printed with a reduced graphic inspired by the building of the Berlin Bauhaus Archive . The museum building was completed in 1979 according to plans by Walter Gropius.

A reduced icon of the Corbusier house can be seen on the absorbent half-linen Charles . The name Charles 1957 refers to the year of construction and the architect. The Corbusierhaus in Berlin was completed in 1957, the architect was Charles - Edouard Jeanneret, better known by his stage name Le Corbusier. The tea towel is completely made in Germany and lovingly wrapped in a paper sleeve. There is also room in the kitchen for Ludwig, Emil and Walter.

Conclusion: If you are looking for special gifts for architects, you have come to the right place. We design all products with love in our studio in Berlin Mitte. This results in tasteful and useful things that make everyday life more beautiful.

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