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bauhaus

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Nomos Celebrates “A Century of Bauhaus” With Nine Limited Tangente Watches

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The German Bauhaus School—which ran an aggressively futuristic design agenda from 1919 until 1933, when …
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Stowa Antea Back to Bauhaus Review

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Around this time last year, Stowa released the Antea “back to bauhaus” series. The “b2b” was an offshoot of the classic Antea line, which itself …
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Hands-On: Kent Wang Bauhaus v3

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Kent Wang is no stranger to Worn & Wound. Last year we reviewed the Art Deco watch, Wang’s second timepiece and ode to Art Deco …
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Junghans Max Bill Anthracite ref 3401 Review

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There are few watches on the market today that are as timeless and iconic as those designed by Max Bill for the German watchmaker, Junghans. …
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Introducing the Stowa Antea “Back to Bauhaus”

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Until quite recently, Stowa was not a brand known for making waves. For much of its nearly 20-year history under the watchful eye of Jörg …
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Tsovet SVT-CN38 Review

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Tsovet was the first brand whose products we reviewed just over 3 years ago (yikes!). A fitting start for w&w, as it was a well …
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Stowa Antea KS Review

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One cannot begin to review the Stowa Antea Kleine Sekunde without first taking a look at the Bauhaus school of design. Dating back to 1919, …
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Stock Watches Hands On

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When a watch is reduced to only the most basic of design vocabulary, one of a few things tends to happen. They can be stark …
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A Bauhaus Inspired Guide

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Open from 1919 to 1933, the Bauhaus was a sort of Utopian school of art, …