Female BAUHAUS designer | Benita Koch-Otte| Doppelentwurf für den Kinderzimmerteppich 1923
Gunta Stölzl was an extraordinary textile designer. She led the Weaving Workshop at the Bauhaus from 1926-1931, transforming it into an innovative and successful workshop that elevated the department they pushed women into (weaving being considered a woman's craft) into a innovative, successful department that treated weaving as art. She then moved to Switzerland where she continued her career as a designer and innovator. She also pianted - some of which became textiles.