Sites of Modernism
Extraordinary sites associated with the Bauhaus and modernism can be found throughout Germany—pioneering architecture that has enduringly shaped our understanding of life and work, learning and living. This travel guide brings the historical and architectural traces of over 100 examples of Neues Bauen building to life, making tangible the impact of the historical Bauhaus beyond the school, its sites and its time.
Along with well-known buildings, the guide features insiders’ tips throughout Germany, attractive illustrations, texts, practical information, and maps. The essays by Werner Durth and Wolfgang Pehnt outline the history of the Bauhaus’s context and its influence to the present day.
Publication date on will be published on 13.08.2019
Bauhaus 100. Sites of Modernism, Bauhaus Assosication Berlin Dessau Weimar (Publisher), Hatje Cantz 2019.
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