Bauhaus Movement | Famous Design and Architecture  #Bauhaus #Design #Architecture

Bauhaus Movement | Famous Design and Architecture #Bauhaus #Design #Architecture

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Following the Bauhaus design philosophy, German type designer Paul Renner first created Futura between 1924 and 1926. Although Renner was not a member of the Bauhaus, he shared many of its views, believing that a modern typeface should express modern models rather than be a rivial of a previous design. Futura was commercially released in 1927, commissioned by the Bauer type foundry.

Following the Bauhaus design philosophy, German type designer Paul Renner first created Futura between 1924 and 1926. Although Renner was not a member of the Bauhaus, he shared many of its views, believing that a modern typeface should express modern models rather than be a rivial of a previous design. Futura was commercially released in 1927, commissioned by the Bauer type foundry.

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Josef Albers, 1928. Bauhaus Style.  Features clean lines and a simple form. Emphasis on straight lines and edges.

Josef Albers, 1928. Bauhaus Style. Features clean lines and a simple form. Emphasis on straight lines and edges.

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#bauhaus #design #classics  www.bauhaus-classics24.com  world famous design classics and architecture

#bauhaus #design #classics www.bauhaus-classics24.com world famous design classics and architecture

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Functional and made of materials used in modern architecture that could be mass-produced while remaining attractive and comfortable. The movement was concerned not only with design but also with materials. It recognized that mass production was most suited to industrial products such as chrome, steel, plastic, and glass. Slim lines, a bold streamlined look, and a highly functional character typify modern furniture.focused on new industrial materials, machine production.

Functional and made of materials used in modern architecture that could be mass-produced while remaining attractive and comfortable. The movement was concerned not only with design but also with materials. It recognized that mass production was most suited to industrial products such as chrome, steel, plastic, and glass. Slim lines, a bold streamlined look, and a highly functional character typify modern furniture.focused on new industrial materials, machine production.

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