Published at Tuesday, 09 October 2018. Interior Furniture. By Lucien Chevotet.
Architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus School after World War I in Weimar, Germany. Its mission was to unite the fields of creativity and craftsmanship in the design of all products. At the school there were master teachers in the areas of architecture, furniture design, painting, typography, textile design, music, sculpture and color, each with the emphasis on functional design. The familiar mottos of "form follow function," "less is more," and "a house is a machine for living" came from the Bauhaus School.
Then, you must think about the function of the product for you. If it means much, you should purchase it; if it is not, it is better for you to stop your intention and purchase another product that will be useful for you. If you buy the product that means nothing, it will spend your money and it will not be beneficial for you. It is only useful for spending the space.
When Spain and Italy were in power, the furniture style was called Mediterranean (Renaissance) style, each country's style reflecting their own culture. Then, when the power shifted to France, the prominent styles were named after the kings: Louis XIV (Baroque) style, Louis XV (Rococo) style and Louis XVI (Neoclassical) style. When Napoleon took control of France the styles of that era were Directoire and French Empire.
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