Chess Table; Game Table; Bauhaus; Josef Hartwig; Germany; Schachspiel; 1920s; Chessboard; Minimalist;
Game Table with Bauhaus Chess Set by Josef Hartwig - 1924
Bauhaus game table with chess set designed by Josef Hartwig in 1924. This chess table features a beautifully crafted wooden board with inlaid tiles and is a tribute to the iconic minimalist design of the 1924 Bauhaus Schachspiel. The board's wooden construction provides a sturdy and durable playing surface, while the inlaid tiles make it easy to distinguish between different squares on the board. The warm wooden tones and geometric forms of the chess pieces create a visually striking contrast that enhances the overall aesthetic appeal of the set. The table's chrome leg adds a modern touch to the classic design. This chess table is not just a game set; it's a functional work of art that adds an elegant and timeless touch to any space.
Josef Hartwig (1880-1956) was a German sculptor and designer who was a key figure in the Bauhaus movement. Hartwig emphasized the importance of functional design and the relationship between form and function in everyday objects. He is best known for his minimalist and functional design of the Bauhaus chess set.
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