The pattern of these products resemble the grid of squares and blanks that form a puzzle. This grid can be the canvas for many pattern and design interpretations. Left you see a design by Gunta Stolzl who was a German textile artist who played a fundamental rol in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop. Her work is thought to typify the distinctive style of Bauhaus textiles where modern art and mathematics were incorporated in their designs. Her work is of an extraordinary beauty.