Bauhaus Cradle, des Peter Keler 1922, crafted as a collectors' miniature replica by Naef


Carefully crafted at a scale of 1:7, this collectors piece is a replica of Peter Keler's iconic 1922 cradle, designed during his apprenticeship at the Bauhaus. Simple and scaled down, composed of two blue circles (rings), red rectangles and yellow triangles, the cradle symbolises the Bauhaus design particularly well, because colour, form and composition were elements of Bauhaus theory. The cradle was part of the bedroom furniture for the model house "Am Horn".

The small cradle is congruent to the original in colour, shape and proportions at a scale of 1: 7, and to a large extent, has been carefully crafted by hand.

Size: approx diameter of 13 cm x 14 cm

Materials: Metal, composite mineral surface material, woven rattan, cavalry twill (milled wool fabric)

Safety guidance: Naef's replica (1:7) is intended for collectors aged 14 and over

About Naef: 

Since 1954, we have been manufacturing wooden toys, not just for children, but for people of all ages. Our products range from baby toys to design objects to replicas of Bauhaus designs. Regardless of what we produce, one thing is clear: products adorned with the Naef logo stand for the highest in precision and quality.

Working in the field of toys and design is a wonderful way to earn a living. Here at Naef, our team is driven by remarkably creative people, innovative ideas and high-quality raw materials. Furthermore, we are a family-run company. In keeping with the philosophy of our founder Kurt Naef, high quality standards are central to everything we do.