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Henry van de Velde: Designing Modernism Offers a Snapshot of Modern Architecture’s Beginnings
Though still largely unknown, the Belgian-born architect and artist forged ideas and places—including the Bauhaus’s predecessor—that defined 20th-century design.
The Lesser-Known Bauhaus: Craft and Expressionism in Weimar
Before its association with functionalism and the International Style, the Bauhaus glamorized folk culture and occasionally veered into mysticism.
Staab Architekten Takes Design History Into Its (Able) Hands
The extension to the Gropius Bauhaus Archive will raise this contextually sensitive firm's international profile—a recognition a long time coming.
M is for Mies: The ABCs of Famous Architects
A graphic designer has devised a visual alphabet of architects and their most famous works.