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Bauhaus style


How To Introduce Bauhaus Style Into Your Home Decor

Bauhaus – Bauhaus was one of the greatest and most important expressions of what is called Modernism in design and architecture. A journey through the history of the Bauhaus is style, modernity, and ideology. The Bauhaus has had a huge impact on interior design and modern furniture and today, Best Design Books is going to show you how you can introduce this style into your home decor.   The Bauhaus style is all about reducing things down to their basic elements and it’s synonymous with clean, pared-back spaces and streamlined geometric forms. Here are some ideas inspired by the Bauhaus style that can be in any room of your house. ISAAC RUG A triumph of geometry and colors, which combines rounded, square and vertical lines. An unusual combination of colors makes it provocative and, at the same time, impossible to not observe the surprising harmony of the whole. LOLA RUG Pop style and geometry hold hands in Lola, a hand-tufted rug full of personality dynamism, in which the design plays with the conjugation of straight lines and the round shape of the rug. Made with New Zealand wool and linen, the bold colors from Pop style contrast with the Mid…

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Bauhaus: 1919-1933

The new building of the future will be everything in one form; architecture, sculpture and painting. Bauhaus Manifesto A woodcut of a cathedral, by Lyonel Feininger, illustrated the four page Bauhaus Manifesto. Beams of light converging upon the cathedral’s three spires representing the three arts; architecture, sculpture and painting. Over seventy years after its foundation in Weimar, the Bauhaus has become a concept all over the world. The respect which it commands is associated above all with the design it pioneered, one which we now describe as “Bauhaus style”. The teachers at the Bauhaus included the leading artists of the times, among them Wassily Kandinsky, Lyonel Feininger, Paul Klee, and Oscar Schlemmer. The teaching strategies developed were adopted internationally into the curriculum of art and design institutes.   The development of the Bauhaus unfolded more or less in tandem with the history of the First German Republic. Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919 in Weimar, under the National Assembly, and in 1925 moved the school to Dessau where he he was able to practice his aim to develop everything from the simplest domestic utensil to the finished building. The new Dessau-Bauhaus school, designed by Gropius, and the Master’s houses…

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