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100 years of Bauhaus: The short-lived school that changed design forever

Curbed spoke with 11 of today’s design leaders to assess its impact. By Jenny Xie and Diana Budds hink “Bauhaus” and what comes to mind? Geometric shapes? Primary colors? Sleek modern chairs in lobbies everywhere? All of those would be valid associations. Founded by German...
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The Architecture of Trees (Courtesy Princeton Architectural Press)

Peruse our favorite spring 2019 architecture book releases

As the seasons change yet again, The Architect’s Newspaper has put together a roundup of spring architecture books that we’re most excited for. By Jonathan Hilburg As the weather warms and flowers sprout, so too do a new crop of spring releases. A varied bunch of...
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