Bauhaus, in full Staatliches Bauhaus, school of design, architecture, and applied arts that existed in Germany from 1919 to 1933. It was based in Weimar until 1925, Dessau through 1932, and Berlin in its final months.
The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 in the city of Weimar by German architect Walter Gropius (1883–1969). Its core objective was a radical concept: to reimagine the material world to reflect the unity of all the arts. Gropius explained this vision for a union of art and design in the Proclamation of the Bauhaus (1919), which described a utopian craft guild combining architecture, sculpture, and painting into a single creative expression.
Dann hat BAUHAUS die passenden Arbeitsplatten, Küchenrückwände und Küchenmöbel für Sie. Um in der dunklen Jahreszeit immer den Durchblick zu behalten, hat BAUHAUS eine große Auswahl an funktionalen und stylischen Außenleuchten und Wohnraumleuchten im Sortiment. Mit LED-Leuchten können Sie dabei auch noch richtig Energie sparen!
Gropius’s request to rechristen the institution under a new name, Bauhaus State School (Staatliches Bauhaus), was approved in March 1919. The school officially opened on April 1, 1919. In a rousing manifesto laced with mystical analogies between creative production and spiritual awakening, Gropius set forth a vision for a new model of education that would unite the divisions between the fine and the applied arts.
Bauhaus was an influential art and design movement that began in 1919 in Weimar, Germany. The movement encouraged teachers and students to pursue their crafts together in design studios and...
The Bauhaus was founded by architect Walter Gropius in Weimar. It was grounded in the idea of creating a Gesamtkunstwerk ("comprehensive artwork") in which all the arts would eventually be brought together. The Bauhaus style later became one of the most influential currents in modern design, modernist architecture, and architectural education. 
The Bauhaus, named after a German word meaning "house of building", was founded in 1919 in Weimar, Germany by the architect Walter Gropius. In 1915 he had taken over the Grand-Ducal Saxon School of Arts and Crafts, and it was through the merger of this institution four years later with the Weimar Academy of Fine Art that the radical new design school was formed.