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Bauhaus design lives on. These two German watches show it off. And a third might qualify with imagination.
This first is a Nomos Orion which retails for between $1,800 and $4,000 US. I like the colors.
The second is a Sternglas Zirkel which retails from $300 to $500. No color. True minimalism.
Watch authority Teddy Baldassarre said in a recent YouTube video (external link) that he is constantly asked about what company makes an affordable Bauhaus style watch. I didn’t know Bauhaus was still alive.
Here’s another contemporary example, a self-labeled “bauhaus watch” by the E Watch Factory of New York and sold by Zazzle.
Zazzle’s product page mentions the surrealism of Joan Miró. This watch does have colors Miró might have used. The claimed Bauhaus association must rest from arranging the irregularly colored shapes of abstract art into a clean edged geometric design. $57 US. That page also has ten other designs the E Watch Factory calls Bauhaus.
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