Like many Wiener Werkstätte designers, Flögl studied in Vienna at the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of the Applied Arts) between 1909–16, where she learned design, applied graphics, and creative enameling under Josef Hoffmann, Oskar Strnad, and others. In 1916, she joined the Wiener Werkstätte, an artist collective that thrived in Austria from 1903 to 1932, and remained active until 1931. Flögl created wall murals among other designs for Josef Hoffmann’s interior designs for residences and local businesses, such as the Graben-Café. For the Wiener Werkstätte, she created textile patterns, graphics, fashion, accessories, lace, and embroidery. Between 1931 and 1935, she ran her own workshop, producing... more.

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