Definition of Bauhaus

1. Noun. A German style of architecture begun by Walter Gropius in 1918.

Definition of Bauhaus

1. Proper noun. a style in modernist architecture and modern design, from "Staatliches Bauhaus" in Weimar, Germany ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bauhaus

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Battle of the Marne
Battle of the Somme
Battle of the Spanish Armada
Baudelocque's uterine circle
Bauer's chromic acid leucofuchsin stain
Bauer's syndrome
Bauhin's gland
Bauhinia monandra
Bauhinia variegata
Baume scale
Baumes symptom
Baumgarten's glands
Baumgarten's veins
Baumé scale

Literary usage of Bauhaus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Adventure Guide Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"Sightseeing bauhaus in Dessau: The bauhaus school of design moved to Dessau in ... The best-known building is the Walther Gropius-designed bauhaus Dessau, ..."

2. Visual Function: An Introduction to Information Design by Paul Mijksenaar (1997)
"25500 din a 4 bauhaus bayer l Flamboyant Swatch watch from the studio of the architect ... At the same time the bauhaus introduced the DlN A4 paper size and ..."

3. Dutch Type by Jan Middendorp (2004)
"His geometric approach appealed greatly to some students and young teachers, who were less taken with the romantic and esoteric approach of bauhaus teachers ..."

4. Otto Treumann by Otto Treumann, Toon Lauwen (2001)
"R.Wick,'Joost Schmidt (1893-1948)', bauhaus Padagogik h.5.7, p. 291. working method.32 Rose additionally stressed the laws of logic. He taught his line, ..."

5. Much Bigger Than Grownups: Chronicles of a Native South Africanby Shelley Wood Gauld by Shelley Wood Gauld (2006)
"Our first year course was based on the German bauhaus foundation course, ... The bauhaus (1919-1933) had an enormous impact on twentieth century design and ..."

6. Berlinby Jack Altman by Jack Altman (2000)
"German Expressionists here include Nolde, Beckmann and Dix; among Mies's bauhaus contemporaries: Klee and Kandinsky. US art is well represented by Morris ..."

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