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Roundtable discussion

from 30/7/2014

On thursday 31st July, 2014 at 5 pm a roundtable discussion will take place at the Masters' House Muche/Schlemmer. Michael Erlhoff (Cologne), Stefan Schridde (Berlin) and Julia Amberger discuss the topics “using rather than owning” / “new trends in shareconomy and design” / “plannend obsolescence”. In English.

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This Website

The Bauhaus Archive Berlin / Museum for Design, the Weimar Classic Foundation and the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation want to take a fresh look at the history and impact of the famous school with this website. Detailed historic knowledge in the atlas is coupled with current reports in the magazine. The calendar delivers a large amount of information for Bauhaus connoisseurs and enthusiasts.

The Sponsors

Bauhaus Archive Berlin
The Bauhaus Archive was founded in 1960 as a non-profit organisation and is dedicated to the history and the after-effects of the most significant art school of the 20th century. As both museum and research institute, its main tasks include the collection, presentation and research of the Bauhaus.
Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
In Dessau-Rosslau, the institution – which was established in 1994 by the federal government, state and city – is dedicated to the preservation of a rich legacy and simultaneously makes contributions to shaping the environment of modern life. With 26,000 objects, the foundation has the second-largest Bauhaus collection in the world.
Foundation of Weimar Classics
The Bauhaus Museum, an institution of the Weimar Classic Foundation, has been temporarily housed in the art museum on Theaterplatz since 1995. Its entrance incorporates the classicist Kulissenhaus (depot for the court theatre) by Clemens Wenzeslaus Coudray. With more than 300 exhibits, it provides an insight into the development of the State Bauhaus at its founding city of Weimar.