The Cabaret Fledermaus in Vienna, which opened in 1907, was a nightclub and performance space designed by the Wiener Werkstätte, a cooperative of architects, artists, and designers. Every aspect of the club’s aesthetic was considered, from the furniture and hostess uniforms to the entertainment and food. What I love most about the Werkstätte’s designs is the way the various artists’ personalities come through even when the same motifs are repeated again and again across their work.

Submitted by Carolyn Kelley, Writer/Editor, Creative Team