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    • Alexis Mouthon

      The Bauhaus, where form follows function #architecture #Design #archdaily #infographic

    • sesalo

      #bauhaus #infographic #architecture

    • Dobrina Zheleva-Martins

      Nice info graphic about the Bauhaus. Via Arch Daily

    • Hillary Hubbard

      great graphic design

    • Movéo

      Bauhaus design in infographic form? Yes, please. The clean-lined, geometric style works well when applied to data, too. #infographic #bauhaus #internationalstyle

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