There are not many schools that can boast of having transformed their sector leaving an indelible mark without completing the two decades of existence. The Bauhaus, founded in 1919 by the architect and designer Walter Gropius, is one of them.
The movement that placed beauty and functionality at the same level is now celebrating the centenary of its birth with a new museum that exhibits part of the most representative pieces of the movement. The Bauhaus Museum has opened its doors in his native Weimar to claim a groundbreaking vision of design and architecture that the Nazi Party would be responsible for silencing.
The searcher Google has joined the tribute to the school of Mies van der Rohe, Kandinsi and Marcel Breuer, among others, with a
which highlights the classic geometric shapes of the Bauhaus movement, as well as several of its most iconic designs, such as the Wassily Chair, or the characteristic building built by Gropius in the city of Dessau when political pressure forced him to move the center of Weimar .