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The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

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haus am horn, weimar

haus am horn, weimar

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Bauhaus kitchen - Haus am Horn, Weimar  The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

Bauhaus kitchen - Haus am Horn, Weimar The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

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The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

The Haus am Horn was built for the Weimar Bauhaus's exhibition of July through September 1923. It was designed by Georg Muche, a painter and a teacher at the Bauhaus.

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Gunta Stölzl (5 March 1897 – 22 April 1983) was a German textile artist who played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop. As the Bauhaus’s only female master she created enormous change within the weaving department as it transitioned from individual pictorial works to modern industrial designs.

Gunta Stölzl (5 March 1897 – 22 April 1983) was a German textile artist who played a fundamental role in the development of the Bauhaus school’s weaving workshop. As the Bauhaus’s only female master she created enormous change within the weaving department as it transitioned from individual pictorial works to modern industrial designs.

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A rare, 1920s Bauhaus era, child's building toy. The toy features 23 cubes and 11 wooden sticks with which a child could have countless hours exercising his or her imagination. The toy's design, especially coloring of blocks and pedagogic, fits perfectly in the Bauhaus ideal and in the spirit of Alma Siedhoff-Buscher . Each cube measures 1.5 inches square.

A rare, 1920s Bauhaus era, child's building toy. The toy features 23 cubes and 11 wooden sticks with which a child could have countless hours exercising his or her imagination. The toy's design, especially coloring of blocks and pedagogic, fits perfectly in the Bauhaus ideal and in the spirit of Alma Siedhoff-Buscher . Each cube measures 1.5 inches square.

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