M P Ranjan (Professor for Design at CEPT University in Ahmedabad, India) talks about the direct influence of the HfG Ulm – one of the most important schools for design after the Bauhaus and among others founded by Bauhaus student Max Bill – on contemporary Indian Design education.
Staff from the Bauhaus Archive Berlin, the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation and the Klassik Stiftung Weimar present their most favourite objects from their collections. Michael Siebbrodt wrote about the apprenticeship piece by Otto Lindig.
Otti Berger was a very talented textile designer. After her studies at the Bauhaus she temporarily managed the Bauhaus weavery. With her own textile studio she had several companies produce her innovative designs and patented textiles. Her life ended tagically in Auschwitz.
Marcel Breuer is today widely knows as the father of the tubular steel. However, he was - like Walter Gropius - a successful architect, too. Nora Sobich writes in her article about Breuer's "living boxes".