Nestled into the hillside, the two-story home features original stone walls, sun-shading overhangs, and a cantilevered staircase that leads to a reflection pool.
If you’re not Bauhaus’d out yet, Google has a treat for you.
The crisp, clean, and entirely no-nonsense pieces were created in honor of the 100 year anniversary of the Bauhaus.
The recently restored timber-clad home boasts a butterfly roof that dips downward to create two main zones.
Textile studio Wallace Sewell referenced an archival photo of the original blanket to accurately capture the "rhythm and simplicity of Gunta’s design."
Curbed spoke with 11 of today’s design leaders to assess its impact.
Led by visionary László Moholy-Nagy, the Chicago school had an unorthodox vision for industrial design.
To help design nerds keep up with all that’s happening this year, we’ve rounded up the most exciting Bauhaus shows on the calendar so far.
"From Avant-Garde to Industry" spotlights Anton Lorenz, the man behind the steel tube aesthetic.
The 161-square-foot mobile building looks just like the iconic workshop wing of the Gropius building—glass facade and sans-serif signage included.
For $270 you can have the Bauhaus on your shelf.