Lamy 100 years of Bauhaus limited edition
Lamy 2000 Bauhaus
Next year the Bauhaus will be a hundred years old. Founded in Weimar in 1919, relocated to Dessau in 1925, forced to close in 1932 and finally dissolved in Berlin in 1933 under pressure from the national socialists, it existed for only 14 years. Nevertheless, the concept of the legendary school of design still continues to have an effect today, also at Lamy.
The famous German company from Heidelberg has created a limited series of its most prestigious collection: the Lamy 2000. The fountain pen retains its peculiar characteristics: matt macrolon brushed polycarbonate in a special,unique dark blue. The collection, born in 1966 fully reflects the Philosophy of the Bauhaus movement, functionality and essentiality.
1919 numbered pieces in premium packaging with A5 size notebook, hardcover with design inspired by Paul Klee’s Bauhaus graphics, 240 white pages weight 120g / m2. Available only with Extra fine tip.
Available in September