The new Loom collection is inspired by the influential Bauhaus school, which was founded in 1919 in Weimar, Germany, by architect Walter Gropius, and continues to inspire design lovers worldwide with its straightforward simplicity and unique color scheme.
by Vera & Kyte
The geometric composition is an abstraction of a woven thread structure and the rhythmic movement of a mechanical loom. The designs play with two different color schemes – a bold blue and a warm brick tone to suit a multitude of interior atmospheres and spaces.
“Loom is our tribute to the female Bauhaus pioneers Gunta Stolzl and Anni Albers, who were two of the first women to attend the Bauhaus school in the 1920s. In a design world dominated by men, female students were devoted to traditional weaving in the designated ‘women’s class’. Gunta and Anni revolutionized the tra- ditional weaving craft. With the Loom collection we want to honor their exceptional talent.”
- Vera & Kyte