Bauhaus 10 standard (Bauhaus Magazine)
Particularly after its move to Dessau in 1925, the Bauhaus set out to standardize architecture and design, promising that this would foster a better quality of life for the masses. Taking the design school's engagement with standardization as a starting point, Bauhaus No. 10: Standard looks at the idea of the "standard" from a historical and contemporary perspective.
Dorothée Brill, Alexander Davidson, Jürgen Mayer H., Thomas Meyer, Agnieszka Polska, Uta Karin Schmi
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