History of the Bauhaus design movement

INFOGRAPHIC: The History of the Bauhaus Movement

Created by furniture store Aram, this infographic charts the fascinating history of the Bauhaus - Germany's famous design school, from its founding by Walter Gropius to its influence on the furniture of IKEA

Walter Gropius’ office at the Weimar Bauhaus, 1924.

Walter Gropius’ Bauhaus Weimar director’s office, Gertrud Arndt produced this rug for Walter Gropius’ office. Else Mögelin designed the wall hanging. Walter did the furniture.

Infographic: The Bauhaus, Where Form Follows Function

Infographic: The Bauhaus, Where Form Follows Function

UPDATE: In honor of the anniversary of the day the Bauhaus closed in we’re re-publishing this popular infographic, which was originally.

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Cubism and Abstract Art (Alfred Barr, Barrs striking diagram highlighted the role that cubism had played in the development of modernism. Like the exhibition and book that accompanied it, Barrs diagram was a watershed in the history of modernism.

The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition 1923. It was a simple cubic design, utilizing steel and concrete in its construction. At the center of the house was a clerestory-lit living room, with specialized rooms surrounding it. Gropius described the room's design: "in each room, function is important, e.g. the kitchen is the most practical and simple of kitchens .Each room has its own definite character which suits its purpose."

DLW Linoleum Referenzen - Musterhaus Am Horn in Weimar - Armstrong

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