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Bauhaus Archiv - Museum für Gestaltung

Berlin, Germany
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Housed in a contemporary white building, this museum is dedicated to the designs of the talented artists of the Bauhaus school. Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus school, hired a group of well-known artists to teach in his school in Dessau. Fast forward to now. Contemporary exhibits display the various items that were created from this modern movement between 1919 and 1932 - when the Nazis put a stop to the group's progression. Objects showcased include furniture, sculpture, ceramics, and architecture by such famous names as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Vassily Kandinsky, and Martin Gropius himself. The closest U-Bahn is at Nollendorfplatz.

Housed in a contemporary white building, this museum is dedicated to the designs of the talented artists of the Bauhaus school. Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus school, hired a group of well-known artists to teach in his school in Dessau. Fast forward to now. Contemporary exhibits display the various items that were created from this modern movement between 1919 and 1932 - when the Nazis put a stop to the group's progression. Objects showcased include furniture, sculpture, ceramics, and architecture by such famous names as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Vassily Kandinsky, and Martin Gropius himself. The closest U-Bahn is at Nollendorfplatz.

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