The Enduring Legacy of Bauhaus, from Phones to Skyscrapers

How the experimentalist ideals of the design school became the essence of the modern age

The Financial Times
Mar 7, 2019 · 8 min read
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By Edwin Heathcote

There is a story that László Moholy-Nagy, then head of the Bauhaus school’s famed foundation course, would ask students to make something from a single sheet of paper. He…

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