Exterior of the Bauhaus school at Dessau, designed by architect Walter Gropius in 1926

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The Bauhaus School, originally located in Weimar and later in Dessau, was an influential modernist art school which pioneered the blending of art, functionality and mass-production, paving the way for product design as we know it today.

Full title:
Exterior of the Bauhaus school at Dessau, designed by architect Walter Gropius in 1926
Created:
1930, Germany
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Photograph / Image
Creator:
General Photographic Agency
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© General Photographic Agency / Stringer

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Getty Images
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Getty Image: 2669294

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