Wolf Bauer


Wolf Bauer studied textile design under Leo Wollner at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden K√ľnste in Stuttgart, and served as his assistant from 1963 to 1965. Both men were prominent textile designers in Europe, creating work for the top firms: Tanus Textildruck, Heal Fabrics, Weverij de Ploeg, and most importantly Pausa AG, a printer known for its technical skill and innovative approach.
Wolf Bauer, textile, Leo Wollner, Knoll Textiles

A visually dynamic textile

The Bauer Print Collection, by German designer Wolf Bauer for Knoll Textiles International, was part of a new push for prints under the guidance of Barbara Rodes, the head of textiles in Europe and later head of textiles for all of Knoll, after Florence Knoll retired in 1965.
Knoll Textiles, Wolf Bauer, Pausa AG, Silk Screen