The Bauhaus, led by Walter Gropius, was founded in the rather sedate town of Weimar in 1919. This was the start of the design revolution …
Henry van de Velde, designer, architect and a great influence on the Bauhaus movement, created the perfect environment in which it could flourish. His buildings in Weimar – the former art college and the school of arts and crafts – were the original home of the Bauhaus and now enjoy UNESCO World Heritage status. The model house Am Horn, built by Georg Muche in 1923 for the great Bauhaus exhibition, bears eloquent testimony to the artists’ revolutionary ideas and is also part of Weimar’s UNESCO World Heritage. In 1925 the Bauhaus school moved to Dessau. The Bauhaus building, designed by Walter Gropius and opened in 1926, is regarded as a groundbreaking example of modern architecture of the early 20th century. The master houses for Gropius, László Moholy-Nagy, Lyonel Feininger, Georg Muche, Oskar Schlemmer, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee and their families were also built during that period. Both the Bauhaus building, now home to the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, and the masterhouses are open to the public.
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