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“Nowhere did the Bauhaus’ artistic and intellectual heritage find ground as fertile as in America” | Dezeen

Margret Kentgens-Craig The Bauhaus fundamentally changed the philosophy and methodology of design education in the United States, says Margret Kentgens-Craig author of The Bauhaus in America, in this opinion as part of our Bauhaus 100 series. The dramatic circumstances of the...
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Swiss architect Hannes Meyer was hired to run the Bauhaus' architecture department

Hannes Meyer: the “unknown” second Bauhaus director

The Bauhaus’ second director, Swiss architect Hannes Meyer, led the Bauhaus between the giants of Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe. Jon Astbury Swiss architect Hannes Meyer led the Bauhaus between the giants of Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe. As we continu...
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10 of the most iconic pieces of Bauhaus furniture

Here’s a look at 10 of the most influential pieces of Bauhaus furniture, from Breuer’s bicycle-inspired Wassily Chair to Hartwig’s minimal chess set. Natashah Hitti To continue our Bauhaus 100 series, here’s a look at 10 of the most influential piece...
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Bayer developed an exhibition of Bauhaus for MoMa. Photo is courtesy of MoMa

Herbert Bayer: creator of the Bauhaus’ universal typography

Herbert Bayer created the Bauhaus’ typographic identity. We explore how the Austrian designer’s lettering became synonymous with the school. Jon Astbury Herbert Bayer created the Bauhaus‘ typographic identity. As we continue our Bauhaus 100 series celebrating...
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Walter Gropius designed school in Dessau to reflect the Bauhaus values

To continue our Bauhaus 100 series, we take a look at the Bauhaus school building in Dessau, designed by Walter Gropius. Alyn Griffiths To continue our Bauhaus 100 series exploring the key projects and figures of the influential design school, we take a look at its home in...
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Main illustration is by Vesa Sammalisto, additional illustration is by Jack Bedford.

Walter Gropius: the ideas man who founded the Bauhaus

German architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919. We profile the man, who had a vision to make art accessible to the masses. Jon Astbury German architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919. As we continue our Bauhaus 100 series exploring the school’s...
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Main illustration is by Jack Bedford.

Dezeen’s guide to Bauhaus architecture and design

To kick off a new series exploring the key figures and projects of the Bauhaus school, here’s an overview by Owen Hopkins. Owen Hopkins The Bauhaus, the most influential art and design school in history, celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2019. This overview by Owen...
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En video… a reflection of NBWW’s history with the Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach

In this video, NBWW’s principal Igor Reyes reflects on a 20 year history with the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach. See exclusive drone footage here.
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‘In 2015 the Twentieth Century Society campaigned for No 1 Poultry, which was about to be mutilated, to be given listed status.’ Photograph: Historic England Archive

Postmodern architecture is making history – and about time | Catherine Croft

From industrial estates to housing estates, the listing of 17 PoMo buildings is an enlightened move. But what about brutalism, asks Catherine Croft, director of the Twentieth Century Society The listing of 17 postmodern buildings by Historic England is great news, even if the...
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A 1946 rendering of Rail Terminal Tower. Photo credit: Charles P. Nieder/University of Miami

Blast from the past: Photos show ‘Miami that was never built’

A University of Miami employee creates a photo slideshow that includes a car-less Flagler Street.  By Carla St. Louis   Getting caught up in Miami’s past is easy to do especially when you work at the University of Miami. Jorge Damian de la Paz, the program manager for Office of...
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