Ten interiors that draw on the principles of the Bauhaus

A hotel that pays tribute to early German modernism and an apartment within a ski resort designed by architect Marcel Breuer are among the projects collected in our latest lookbook, which explores interiors informed by the Bauhaus.

The most influential art and design school in history, the Bauhaus’ was established in Germany in 1919 and although it closed just over a decade later continues to influence interior designers today.

Work produced by students and teachers during the school’s 14-year history, centred on founder Walter Gropius‘ ethos that art and craft should marry to create a new architecture.

The below projects feature distinctly Bauhaus elements including chrome tubular chairs, geometric shapes,

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