NYMag.com has featured an article and slideshow featuring the MOMA’s exhibit on Bauhaus. It was said that The democratization and Everyman aspiration of design shops, from Ikea to Muji, shows the influence of the Bauhaus,” says Barry Bergdoll, chief curator of Architecture and Design at MoMA and co-curator of Bauhaus. “They believed that if you combined modern design and practicality and utility, the public would be converted.”
This collection is very similar to Rapsel with its sleek and modern design. The simplicity overrides all other decorating means and therefore, pieces become timeless.