Kubus Stacking Storage Containers
5 Wagenfeld was appointed art director of a large glassware manufacturer, Lausitzer Glasverein. The unadorned geometric forms of his popular Kubus containers represented the kind of mass-produced objects that the Bauhaus had aspired to produce. Stackable, modular, space-saving, and hygienic, they could be transferred directly from refrigerator or cupboard to the dining table, and encouraged the thrifty use of leftovers.
Manufactured by Vereinigte Lausitzer Glaswerke A.G., Weisswasser, Germany. Mrs. Armand P. Bartos Fund.