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Bethan Laura Wood is recognised primarily for her experimental designs that take a playful approach to colours and materials. To mark the Bauhaus anniversary, the British designer came up with an expressive anniversary pattern, which is reminiscent of the overlapping warp and weft of textile manufacturing and adds a flowing, playful and bright design to the rigid form. Wood also had the expressive weavings of Anni Albers in mind. Albers began her studies at the Bauhaus in 1922 and later also lived in one of the Masters’ Houses in Dessau with her husband Josef, who was an extremely influential painter, colour theorist and art teacher.VISIT WEBSITE