The Kant Parking Garage had already been made a listed monument in 1991. It is a unique monument to motor transport that is of national significance – probably the most important large-scale indoor car park dating from the period of interwar modernism in Germany.
An exhibition on “NEW ARCHITECTURE! Modern Architecture in Images and Books” at the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung in Berlin – from 12 March to 10 June 2014 – is providing photographic insights into the wide range of architecture seen in early 20th-century Germany.
Lotte Beese (later Stam) was the first woman to take part in the newly founded building workshop at the Bauhaus in Dessau in the 1927. In her freetime she eagerly took photographs of the life at the Bauhaus in the manner of New Vision photography.
In their video column called Endless Bauhaus, Ilka and Andreas Ruby interview people of contemporary history on the Bauhaus’ current relevance. Is the Bauhaus something that has concluded its history or does it also have a contemporary presence?