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The Bauhaus School was the most influential Modernist Art and Design School of the 20th century this started the bauhaus movement.

Founded by Walter Gropius as a German School of the Arts in the early 20th century.

The school had a important, serious, and significant influence on Modern Design in Europe and in the United States long after its forced closure by the Nazi Party in 1933.

The Bauhaus mission was to unite fine art with functional design, and to create practical objects in the spirit of works of art.

Bauhaus’s major achievements were not only in painting and sculpture.

Modern Furniture Designers Marcel Breuer and Marianne Brandt graduated from the Bauhaus School and their brand of stylish minimalism influenced future generations of designers.

The Bauhaus School´s ethos can be seen in the 1950s and 1960s, from Architects, Designers and Artists such as Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

The Bauhaus School developed a Stylish Minimalism International Style that has modeled modern Architecture, Furniture Design and Sculpture today.

The Bauhaus Movement covered many different mediums.

The Bauhaus Movement covered Modern Designer disciplines, from Architecture, Furniture Design and Graphics to Interior Design and dominated European Art in the 1920s and 1930s.

The Bauhaus Movement inspired mid-century modern homes, with the Bauhaus clean lines and functional design style.

Bauhaus Schools were based in Weimar (1919 to 1925), Dessau (1925 to 1932), and Berlin (1932 to 1933).

Despite their forced closure by the Nazi Party the influence of the Bauhaus Movement is with us every day and will continue in unending time.