Bauhaus at 100


To understand the Bauhaus on its 100th birthday, Curbed talked to nearly a dozen design leaders hailing from various creative disciplines, who can help articulate the conscious and unconscious ways we experience the enduring effects of the iconic school. What is your first remembered encounter with the Bauhaus? Barbara Bestor, architect, founder of Bestor Architecture: I was pretty young, [probably around 10]. Where I grew up there was the Busch-Reisinger Museum, an art and design museum, and there were these weird [light sculptures] by László Moholy-Nagy, paintings by Oskar Schlemmer. I most especially loved Paul Klee paintings and drawings.


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