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bauhaus now #1
On November 15, 2017, the official magazine for the Bauhaus Centenary in 2019 appeared in international newsagents. The first edition of bauhaus now deals with modernity as an attitude instead of a style.
Education through Sabotage!
Rathna Ramanathan, Program Director at the Royal College of Art about the modern obsession with ourselves.
Crafting the Mental Space
Jessica Brillhart is an American filmmaker. She was a part of the virtual reality team at Google and is internationally known for her contribution to the theory and practice of VR. A conversation about meditation in mental spaces, the perception of the futre and radical experimentation.
No prosperity without women
Isabel Allende is a Chilean-American bestselling author. In her work, as with her foundation, she advocates the equality of the sexes.
Why we need so much more than the Bauhaus
The Bauhaus movement in Germany, roughly 1919-1933, marked a major turning point for design and its role in society. It exerted a powerful and influential role in the development of artist style. But today, for many designers, it is more of a historical curiosity than a role model. Why? What has changed?