Architecture, art and design - 100 years of the Bauhaus (1/3) | DW Documentary

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    How has the Bauhaus school of architecture and design, Germany’s best-known art school, shaped the world we live in today?
    bauhausWORLD - The Effect (2/3): de-film.com/v-video-LW1415Ddf8c.html
    bauhausWORLD - The Utopia (3/3): Online on January 27, 2019
    The three-part documentary bauhausWORLD marks the 100th anniversary of the opening of Germany’s best-known art, architecture and design school, the Bauhaus. Exploring the legacy of this iconic German institution, our film crew traveled the world, meeting architects, artists, urban planners, doers and dreamers. Do the Bauhaus’s social ideals and design principles still shape how we live today?
    New approaches to education and training, architecture, painting, dance and design were explored and developed at the Bauhaus. Its founder and director Walter Gropius attracted the leading creative figures of the era, including Hannes Meyer, Mies van der Rohe, Lyonel Feininger, Oskar Schlemmer, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy, Anni Albers, Josef Albers and Gunta Stölzl. Today, Bauhaus is considered the birthplace of Modernism and has become a byword for sleek, functional design.
    Founded in Weimar in 1919, the Bauhaus school moved to Dessau in 1925 and then to Berlin, where it was forced to shut in 1933 after Hitler seized power. Most of its artists, architects and visionaries emigrated, fanning out and spreading the Bauhaus doctrine around the world.
    Filmmaker Lydia Ranke and her team traveled the world to make the three-part documentary bauhausWORLD. Alongside the Bauhaus sites of Weimar, Dessau and Berlin, they visited cities such as Tokyo, Amman, Tel Aviv, New York, Chicago, Mexico City and Medellín, talking to experts from architects Norman Foster and Tatiana Bilbao to architecture critic Mark Wigley, furniture designer Yinka Ilori and fashion designer Kasia Kucharska.
    "The Code" is the first part of bauhausWORLD. The search for the secret of Bauhaus’s enduring success leads all the way to Japan - a journey illustrating how the forced closure of the school that drove the movement into exile served to spread its philosophy around the world.
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konskift
konskift

Is there a version with German narrator and english subtitles, and no crappy dubbing!!

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Luis Brudna
Luis Brudna

How about a portuguese version?

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ZANGAKURANGA
ZANGAKURANGA

is it available in german?

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Dave Bell
Dave Bell

It is a stretch to affiliate the chair guy with the Bauhaus. Sorry.

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Lawrance Ovarabia
Lawrance Ovarabia

Pfft! “Bauhaus” also happens to be a huge hardware-and-building-supply chain centered in Germany. In English this news “documentary” is also called “Advertising while masquerading as news”. What a pathetic position for both Bauhaus and this DW news outlet!

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John Nulf
John Nulf

25:02 - 25:08 THAT SYNTH 🔥

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Daniel Fredich
Daniel Fredich

Horrible architecture.

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Abhinav Haldar
Abhinav Haldar

I like Bahaus, its ideologies and of course architecture.

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Mariano Giménez
Mariano Giménez

I love your documentaries, DW! (and your german courses!) (i think the english subtitles aren't fit correctly)

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Chandra Sekhar Giri
Chandra Sekhar Giri

G R E A T

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Chandra Sekhar Giri
Chandra Sekhar Giri

Royal Einstein relic? Japan =imagination

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gs032009
gs032009

Disapointing. HArdly about Bauhaus. More about some designers in Japan and Germany who are under the delusion that they are some sort pf divine inheritors of the Bauhaus school of design|

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Commentator541
Commentator541

I love my Neufert book!!!!

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Bretzel 88
Bretzel 88

Bauhaus architecture looks like trash and is made by materials wich dont last as long as the old buildings. Old buildings in germany looked like paradise compared to that and many still stand today. You have to be mentally ill to think this is progress.

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Mario Torrez Quant
Mario Torrez Quant

We all had a Neufert edition, I need a new one already 😂

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Resonance
Resonance

DW news tell me how you make these sets of episodes? It is so beautifulll.

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Oldhogleg
Oldhogleg

The bottom line is that it's about "Imagination" as apposed to "Doctrine", "Poeticness" as apposed to "Utilitarianism", being visually "Alive" by making the "Stagnant" appear dynamic, The fundamental difference between "Illustrative" Art and "Fine" Art is that one is dead and the other is alive! The same goes for Architecture that can be either "illustrative" of a theme, or "Alive" with visual poetry! The problem is that the vast majority of architects being produced lack the aptitude for imagination and rely on recycling design themes that came before them either disguised as "Revival" or as the "Seudo Nuevo Yuppie Industrial Radical" look! It's no mistake that buildings these days looks like "student design exercise assignments"!

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James Jung
James Jung

Could you let me know what the intro piano bgm is?

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Sam Forshaw
Sam Forshaw

great band

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David
David

typical germans, full of themselves

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David Fernando Muñoz
David Fernando Muñoz

Subtitles>voice-over

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Alpha100
Alpha100

Can anyone tell me what's the music at the end in title card ?

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DW Documentary
DW Documentary

Yes, the music at the end of the documentary is "AMS" by Martin Kohlstedt.

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lara ilaria braconi
lara ilaria braconi

Thanks!

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Max Fitch
Max Fitch

That's the problem with central bankster controlled, globalizationist dogma. The "ideal" that appeals to mentally defective money worshippers is dull, plain, starkly devoid of beauty. The "ideal", freely translated, means that everything in the world is cheaply made, stamped out to be identical, so that it can all be bought from the same corporation, concentrating wealth. People are depressed and demoralized by the degradation of lives lived surrounded by ugliness, so they don't dare throw off the bonds of slavery. Creativity is punished. Cultural influences are discouraged with contemptuous insults. The beauty achieved by craftsmen in the past is condemned, and often bombed or burned down. All modern construction is temporary, lasting less than a century. Architects of the past have been remembered for thousands of years. Architects of the last 100 years have literally erased themselves from history with temporary construction.

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lilith lilitu
lilith lilitu

welcome to capitalism

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Hendrick Putra
Hendrick Putra

Very great documentary video! Love it so much and thanks for sharing.

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101Ezb
101Ezb

and the chair dude,,,not bauhaus at all....

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101Ezb
101Ezb

so political ,and occult,,,yet not a single word about it...

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megamillionfreak
megamillionfreak

It's degenerate garbage, and you know you can't criticize the degeneracy-pushers.

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101Ezb
101Ezb

communist horror... materialistic .ugly and superficial,,, an attempt to subvert humanity...

Vor 8 Monate
Daniel Fredich
Daniel Fredich

So true!

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Elfego Chavez
Elfego Chavez

My favorite! I love Germany

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Tom Fu
Tom Fu

I like creativity of title machine with which it interpreted Neufert's name as: No fat, Knife it, No effort, No friend...:-D

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Alex B
Alex B

I love DW. Beautiful documentary on architecture. #Bauhaus love from Canada.

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MrSilva960
MrSilva960

I `m enable to live, inside of a building like that. I hated ...

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Архітектурно-дизайнерська студія MBA agency
Архітектурно-дизайнерська студія MBA agency

Cool, can you rate our work on the channel?

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Day Chan
Day Chan

The baby at 16:24 😂😂😂

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Sonal Kumar Arya
Sonal Kumar Arya

31:48 by Mies Van Der who?! 😅

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Luke Harwood
Luke Harwood

Bauhaus: stay with architectural and industrial design - YOUR FASHION STINKS, AN EXPERIMENT FAIL...sorry. Kandinsky is my favorite abstract artist. Love Klee's - take a line for a walk. Graphic design and fonts [Advertising being my field]. Wrapping human bodies in industrialism sucks bad

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Kermit Frog
Kermit Frog

There's too much Bauhaus influence today. Corporations love it; it's simple, cheap and scalable. Look at the city of Toronto: an architectural disaster. Condos everywhere, a city covered in glass and right angles. It's monotonous and dull. I prefer gothic and medieval architecture, which are so rich in nuance and detail.

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Neil Bradley
Neil Bradley

Not really, Bauhaus had functionalist and modernist designs, what you see today, glass towers and such are postmodern works. Unlike functionalism, constructivism and modernism, postmodernism doesn't prescribe to metanarratives, which is how you get things that seem bland or void of meaning.

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dish care
dish care

My future dream is to work with this venture. Welcome to Ancient Germany , Credit goes to DW doc

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megamillionfreak
megamillionfreak

This is not ancient Germany.

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tushar
tushar

16:23 omg

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Cliff DaRiff
Cliff DaRiff

Did they define the term Bauhaus?

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G Francisco Castillo
G Francisco Castillo

Where's Bela?

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G Francisco Castillo
G Francisco Castillo

@denia :(

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denia
denia

Dead.

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Aurélie B
Aurélie B

Do you know how to write the textil designer's name? It sound like "Kasha koohasko" or something like that, but my skills in german is not good enough to guess her name.

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DW Documentary
DW Documentary

Dear Aurélie, thank you for your comment. The name of the designer is Kasia Kucharska. Best, DW Documentary

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Angelo Bugini
Angelo Bugini

Bauhaus World - The Code is a remarkable documentary! I truly did appreciate it so much. Thanks a lot for sharing! Keep it up!

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ERic Guerrero
ERic Guerrero

Hallo! Could somebody help me please? Some days ago, I´ve watched DW on demand, in certain program capsule, they visited a chocolate shop decorated with Bauhaus style in Berlin, I would like to know what program was or which place it is since I´m in Berlin and I´m interested in both chocolate and Bauhaus movement. thank you so much in advance.

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Dio Dio
Dio Dio

The hideous kind of architecture that I don't like, it should only be reserved to factories

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Judith Neisse
Judith Neisse

What a shame that you talk about Bauhaus and showing Arabic letters and no Hebrew letters and also not showing names of architects in Tel Aviv the richest city with Bauhaus elements

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Carolina Wren
Carolina Wren

could it be that the overall inspiration for the BauHaus was acknowledging the industrial esthetic - not just for industry but for the residential world as well? As such it presaged the industrial commercial world we live in today. Just as the inspiration for the Baroque was countering the Reformation - where individual small farms, trades and shops were countered by bronze age imperial splendor? Architecture, im grossen und ganzen, is the embodiment of culture rit large. Anyone who doesn't understand that doesn't understand architecture at all.

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BenkethePirate
BenkethePirate

@Rhodesian Wojak Well, many of them are still standing - if you bother to go to Europe you might see them.

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

@BenkethePirate yeah I'm sure the modernists were around for castles & fortresses through history

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BenkethePirate
BenkethePirate

@Rhodesian Wojak The modernist ideas are the ones that influenced the industrial design not the other way around.

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BenkethePirate
BenkethePirate

@Rhodesian Wojak Not really

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

You do realize that all those things you listed that ret@rd Luther is not responsible for in the slightest correct?

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SirAbraxas
SirAbraxas

A myriad of blah-blah labels ("bold, fluid, revolutionary") for such a decadent Bauhaus movement symbolizing the death of a culture. Let's face it folks, Politically Correct cultures have capitulated completely and willing to surrender their Aesthetics, their Heritage & Genetic stock. This is how Nations die in a dishonorable end.

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

or rather poisoned

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

more like suicide tbh

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Goldgabich
Goldgabich

It’s so ugly.

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Peter Miller
Peter Miller

4:16 nils frahm - a place

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Tesla 369
Tesla 369

BAUHAUS FOREVER

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major 007
major 007

then way do people go to see the parts of a city and not the so called modern parts of a city , for example Paris France as well as many others. we are so fast to dismiss the past masters of design and architecture, each city had it's own feel. the international style removed this. these master of the modern movement are so called because we are told at architectural school they are masters. ask the man on the street and he will tell you something different.

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

^

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ash wednesday
ash wednesday

It's called the NWO.

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Sumita Singha
Sumita Singha

Thank you for a great documentary and the good use of Kraftwerk music! Also, it's lovely to hear the Japanese people speak English without the patronising subtitles (as often used by the BBC and Channel 4 without any need).

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bioan
bioan

Thank you for this series about Bauhaus! Also excellent Nana - Polo & Pan music!!

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Dave Bell
Dave Bell

Focus on a furniture painter that looks at everything without appreciation of its perfect design is a surprising choice to celebrate Bauhaus. You could see he was trying to figure out how to wreck that cesca without fear of offending a Breuer enthusiast. Selfish and shallow. He would add a mustache to the Mona Lisa.

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

>

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Nobiles Novus homo
Nobiles Novus homo

Oooh! look! boxes! Such beautiful boxes! and glass! This isn't architectural art, or any real breaking design. It's simple. It's dull. It's stupid. A twelve year old could design those buildings. The Woolworth building and Equitable Building and Penn Station are examples of art and design. A box is not, and any architect who dares call himself an artist or designer, I will be only too happy to berate him in public. To call a modern architect's buildings' a work of art in the modern era that follow the Bauhaus School is a flat out lie. He should call himself a utilitarian architect, only ever hired to create the building that appears nicest for the cheapest price, to make the workplace - a little more tolerable. The era of creating art and defining space with comfort and metaphysical aspects like color, material, and shape, (pink sunset granite walls, upheld by black streaked marble pillars with brass corinthian tops), is gone, WHY CAN'T YOU JUST ADMIT THAT NONE OF YOUR BUILDINGS EVOKE ANY PASSIONS OR PROCLIVITIES OF PASSIONATE EMOTION?! EVERYONE. HATES. MODERN. ARCHITECTS. THEIR BUILDINGS ARE DESTROYED WITHOUT PASSION WHEN TIME RUNS OUT FOR THEIR USE. They're nothing but an excuse of why the common man can't afford an apartment in a building designed like the Equitable Building in New York. ADMIT IT!

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Nobiles Novus homo
Nobiles Novus homo

Yael Urtusastegui that’s not true. The Woolworth building is a skyscraper with large spacious portions of the building dedicated to specific functions as a library has an open atrium even in modern buildings. You could build beautiful neoclassic skyscraper buildings with perhaps the most ornate intermediary designs but it would set you back much much larger amounts of capital. Space is no such issue, The amount of time and money you’re willing to put into a project that might very well increase its valuation and taxes. If you’ve ever wanted to live in a skyscraper version of Europe, should look at pictures of 1890s New York City. Jaw-droppingly gorgeous. All you’ve done is assure only the rich will ever experience the beautiful touch of the neo classic style in their homes.

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Yael Urtusastegui
Yael Urtusastegui

Well architecture has evolved to fit the new needs of human population. You must know that classical architecture is not sustainable for the amount of people that now lives in the earth, right? You can still find creativity, expression, aesthetics in modern architecture. But guess you are one of those that can't appreciate salsa, rock, or blues just because you are so attached to Mozart, Tchaikovsky or Vivaldi.

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angela youssef
angela youssef

Nobiles Novus homo art,architecture is like beauty.... in the eye of the beholder😄

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Dave Bell
Dave Bell

Check the I.Q. of people that are drawn to these designs against your own, stupid.

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peter kompter
peter kompter

yinka ilori, Bauhaus? how?

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Botanica 2012
Botanica 2012

Did you watch the documentary? It clearly showed the connection.

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!?! + letter
!?! + letter

I think humans dont nee chair at all, it is ceremonial thing. And Bauhaus has been for industrial design, is no such human body what would be universal, loonie thin-king, poetry. Second thing is lack of decorations, decorations usually have means, often functionalist esing is idot, nub, bored min-dead. Best in staircase, decorations stop child to drop to hall floor, killer make only stairs. Decorations also remind wisdom are philosophical, to some religious. Tell have sing songs and tell stories, teachings when they do crafts in group, family at night when you cant work outside .Hand skills are kept on by making decorations, more simple more simple is your mind. Here is contrary to craftsmanship (what has been everyone's duty at past, everybody were able to do their own bench simplest things) to industrial, modernist world where is totally handles and helpless persons who nee help in everyday life almost in everything, that EVERYTHING is is ready made. When you build your house by yourselves from wood or like in Africa from earth, you are automatically economical whit space, you dont do big or small you do what you need. Same whit furniture, you dont waste material and time for it you do practical thing what is good to use. But then when things are mass produced you start to shape humans to fit to your design not other vice, we are not all 170 cm 55kg size. Bauhaus can be inhuman if you make law from it design humans to fit industrial production. Example time changes human size, you can see at furniture that those are made much smaller persons, 200 year old chair is teen size, we cant assume that Bauhaus measures can be used at 100 years later. Best would be individually made designs like in past, when everybody did what they need by them selves. 3D printing / laser cutting or workshop recycling centers are future where you can go and make orders your own size. So you dont throw it away but fix it when thing gets broken because it has been made for you. then when you get old furniture or clothes you choose your size or fix them to fit. Chair can be fixed like this guy here is doing, make bigger seat or take off or increase length of the legs. We have museums for design they keep original designs there, those exist, consumers home doesn't have to LIVE uncomfortable museum, where you hurt your back and cant get sleep just because of design.

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desertbluesman
desertbluesman

Has Bauhaus lost its way?

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oscar julian lopez rincon
oscar julian lopez rincon

master!!!

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A Hamz
A Hamz

well done @DW i thought this was going to be a history lesson .. it is really well done!

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M T
M T

It's called a lyre btw....

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j salem
j salem

What makes Bauhaus interesting is the thought/ethos behind the architecture.

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prashanth nagothu
prashanth nagothu

Proud to be a Bauhaus University student 😊😊

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Keto King
Keto King

Bauhaus has influenced the 20th century,,,Clean,Fresh,aesthetic I'd rather this than clutter,disorder,, Bauhaus is the magic of form and function,,Great documentary,,,

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heat flux
heat flux

16:23 ahahhahahah

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Dan-Andrei Năfureanu
Dan-Andrei Năfureanu

35:02 is that a techno mix of Pink Floyd "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun"?

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Talat Anand
Talat Anand

Yes. By a group called Bedouin. One hell of a remix!

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Peter Jones
Peter Jones

Unfortunately this excellent documentary is spoilt by the intrusive music soundtrack

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Preliminimal
Preliminimal

Thank you ~ excellent program

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ruzzell907
ruzzell907

Why people hate Bahaus and Modern Architecture? Because Modern Architecture is devoid of past ideologies and cultures. People are still holding on to traditions.

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Daniel Fredich
Daniel Fredich

@Absolute Infinity So true!

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

@BenkethePirate northern renaissance N

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BenkethePirate
BenkethePirate

@Absolute Infinity Renaissance architecure was simplistic and pure - you must be thinking of something else. On the other hand it was Reneissance that imposed classical standards on the whole European continent, the masters of the old were also trying to create an unversal way of designing things.

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ash wednesday
ash wednesday

(((They))) want to destroy our culture.

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Chri8 1988
Chri8 1988

It rejected a universal truth: We need our traditions in order to feel connection to our culture, ancestors and to each other.

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Thomas Bingel
Thomas Bingel

Very recommendable

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CycleTrade
CycleTrade

Excellent. Thanks for the docu

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Lesley Patricia Jordison
Lesley Patricia Jordison

bauhaus is fine - the programme is witless!

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Alam Zeb
Alam Zeb

Hi, We are your huge fans here, we would suggest that kindly add subtitles to your documentaries for more better illustration and understanding. Thanks a lot

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erkan toksöz
erkan toksöz

This is the firs time I have heard the Bauhaus Effect, story is quite interesting, thank you for producing and sharing,

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Architecture World
Architecture World

wow ...........very informative documentary

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rudi kurniawan
rudi kurniawan

DW did it again ! DW's always do : )

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DW Documentary
DW Documentary

Hi rudi, thanks - supposed you mean the good things we do...

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Elio Helio
Elio Helio

Come to Realize that Bauhaus is Primarily Male Energy Void of Female and Feng Shui. Beautiful Design but not Balanced energy.

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Rhodesian Wojak
Rhodesian Wojak

>

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Germán Garduño
Germán Garduño

Elio Helio Your profile pic is not a surprise

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caremell
caremell

The real estaters in Turkey made a mark in history by building on imposible lands and as a result leading so many videos of "retaining wall collapse" yeah it is their thing.

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Spectral
Spectral

While I enjoyed this presentation from a learning perspective, to me, this architectural style looks quite sterile and cold.

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lilith lilitu
lilith lilitu

it is now but at that time it was revolutionary.

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Maicon D melo
Maicon D melo

Ugly as Hell

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j s
j s

it's tragic.

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Julian Torres
Julian Torres

Like a guitar, moron . Its not a guitar, what a poor student in a charity shop has to do with Bauhaus?

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manjula Chithanandar
manjula Chithanandar

Super

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Irene Feldstedt
Irene Feldstedt

manjula Chithanandar k

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