777 South Alameda Street
Building M1, Suite 100
Los Angeles, California, 90021


Bauhaus Dessau Architectural Model
Bauhaus Dessau Architectural Model

Bauhaus Dessau Architectural Model

Chisel & Mouse

Regarded as a wellspring of the modernist movement, the Bauhaus Dessau designed by Walter Gropius in 1925 seems a natural for Chisel & Mouse's superb architectural model series. Shaping much of 20th-century design, the school exhibited forceful lines and the movement's characteristic logo. Brit brothers Robert and Gavin Paisley painstakingly reproduce the iconic design in resin plaster (free of toxic solvents) of a reassuring weight and cool smoothness, with fine details including window frames etched in metal. In their Sussex studio, the "Chisel" refers to traditional plaster-cast methods and the "Mouse" to the computer-aided design (CAD) technology and 3-D printing used to achieve the sculptural models. An exceptional gift, in a striking black presentation box with a history of the building.




10.5" h x 7" w x 3" d (27x18x7.5cm)




Handmade in the UK