From 20 to 24 March the Festival School Fundamental will take place in the Bauhaus Dessau Building and promises a provoking discourse to challenge traditional education models.
We launch a series of Instagram animations depicting key movements in architecture and design, from Bauhaus to Parametricism. To mark the occasion, we speak to Federico Babina about using illustration as a lens.
The new exhibition at the Schaudepot puts the forward-thinking Hungarian entrepreneur Anton Lorenz under the spotlight.
A miniature clone of the Dessau Bauhaus building created by the collective Savvy Contemporary will travel the world to challenge the very notion of design teaching, power and colonialism.
The Chinese Academy of Art’s most recently acquired Bauhaus pieces are displayed inside this new exhibition space, which is set alongside buildings by Wang Shu.
We commemorate the Argentinean designer, painter and philosopher with the excerpt of an interview published in Domus 935, April 2010, in which he told us about his personal history and his love for painting and teaching.
Celebrated modernist structure reveals fascinating story of its architect, client and political environment of the 1970s America. Auction house Wright will offer this gem of mid-century lifestyle at unique December sale.
At the Peggy Guggenheim Foundation, photographs, notes and works tell of the influences of the pre-Colombian world on the work of the great abstract artist Josef Albers.
Volker Staab, founder of Staab Architekten, recounts the expansion project for the Bauhaus-Archiv, and lends a voice to a drive that will lay another crucial architectural stone.
The show by the Vitra Design Museum provides a comprehensive overview of the Bauhaus concept of design, underlying developmental processes and societal models.