Timeless mobile in Bauhaus -style
In collaboration with the Bauhaus Ole Flensted and his company Flensted Mobiles designed a mobile that can be seen as a homage to the Bauhaus -era and the color theory of Wassily Kandinsky.
Primary shapes and colors dominate the overall image: circle, square and triangle in red, blue and yellow. According to Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), certain colors are associated with certain shapes. The color blue conveys coldness, infinity and tranquility and is thus associated with the circle, which Kandinsky attributed the highest resilience and elasticity. He assigns the warm color red to the square, which thus radiates calm and comfort. To the triangle he assigns the color yellow, since this also radiates a certain warmth, but just like the triangle can appear eccentric to aggressive.
With Kandinsky's theory of color in mind, Ole Flensted created with the Bauhaus Mobile a piece of floating lightness that also appreciates the psychological effects of colors and shapes. Through the juxtaposition of the different shapes and colors can Bauhaus -By juxtaposing the different shapes and colors, mobile enthusiasts and collectors can experience the effects for themselves and experience Kandinsky's studies of the phenomenon of color in a new way.