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ABC's of the Bauhaus:: The Bauhaus and Design Theory. Ellen Lupton, Princeton Architectural Press

ABC's of the Bauhaus:: The Bauhaus and Design Theory

ISBN: 9781878271426 | 64 pages | 2 Mb

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ABC's of the Bauhaus:: The Bauhaus and Design Theory Ellen Lupton, Princeton Architectural Press
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press

The result was a successful integration of design theory with the industrial process. Some of the famous names who were associated with Bauhaus besides Gropius; Vassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee (who taught elements of design theory) and Mies van der Rohne who conducted courses in architecture. In case you don't remember from your Art History class, here is the essence of the Bauhaus manifesto: that design should incorporate the arts of painting, architecture, theatre, photography and typography and that form and function can be unified in the design of everyday objects built on a strong geometric foundation, easily mass-produced. The ABC's of The Bauhaus and Design Theory. It is a multifaceted collection of material that enables one to adequately contextualize his life and work at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau and helps clarify the mutual influences between his theory and his artistic practice throughout his life. But in the early stages of the Bauhaus a lot of theory was perforce discussed in great detail at the Bauhaus perhaps since the workshops were still to be formally set up as the school was extremely short of funds. To read Wigley's entire essay Whatever Happened to Total Design?, which goes into detail about the Bauhaus and other theoretical design movements, click here. Bauhaus reacted to social change by creating an aesthetic relevance to the requirements of the time. Of the applied arts, where Klee developed his own pedagogical methods, by which he transmitted to his students the fundamental principles of formal configuration –that is, what we might more conventionally call “design”. The Bauhaus flourished in Germany He introduced the concepts of geometric forms and color theory. United Kingdom: Thames and Hudson Ltd. Abbot Miller (Eds.), the abc's of the Bauhaus and design theory, Thames & Hudson, New York, 1993 2001. Known for its innovative approaches to color theory, geometry, and line, Bauhaus influenced some of the world's premiere modern artists and designers, leading to such creations as the Cantilever Chair and the Wassily Chair. This set an unusual trend for design schools where theory played .. Twentieth Century Type Designers. The Bauhaus occupies a place of its own in the history of 20th century culture, architecture, design, art and new media. Discussions of the Bauhaus today almost inevitably begin with a recitation of the ways in which it has become exemplary of the modern, its designs epitomizing the "new" not only in its Weimar home, but also in the history of architecture and design more generally. London: Trefoil Publications Ltd. Bridging the gap between art, design, and industry, the Bauhaus sought to ensure the survival of gorgeous craftsmanship in the face of mass production by machine, with a focus on practicality. Bringing together more than 400 works, the show features a rich array of painting, sculpture, architecture, film, photography, furniture, graphics, product design, textiles, ceramics and theatre by such Bauhaus masters as Josef Albers, Herbert Bayer, Marianne Brandt, Marcel Breuer, Walter Gropius, Johannes Itten, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Hannes Painted during his time at the Bauhaus Weimar it exemplifies his fascination with abstraction and colour theory. The nature of this She traces the shifts in the history of the school, and gives an interesting account of the difficulties of fulfilling the school's goal of integrating theory and practice, arts and crafts in architecture.

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