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Ashima Sood
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100 Years of Bauhaus' Design Philosophy

As we enter a new school year, I feel we have to call out and give recognition to the inspiration that was Bauhaus. One hundred years ago, in 1919 this school taught design principles that we still see in practice today.

"The Bauhaus was arguably the single most influential modernist art school of the 20th century. Its approach to teaching, and to the relationship between art, society, and technology, had a major impact both in Europe and in the United States long after its closure under Nazi pressure in 1933." -theartstory

Since I had the good fortune of entering the field much after the philosophy came about, I have the advantage of seeing things in retrospect; their fundamental principles taught me that design solves problems and art is an added layer. 

Here's a throwback to the design school days in this design blog I came across "Five lessons the Bauhaus School can offer today’s designers"

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Michéle (Mikele) De Sousa
InVision ambassador Michéle (Mikele) De Sousa , ambassador

Awesome post Ashima and welcome to the InVision Ambassador family!

Couldn't agree more and I would like to build on this awesome post with the following link to a great documentary for those that are interested: 

 Architecture, art and design - 100 years of the Bauhaus

Stay awesome!



Ashima Sood
InVision ambassador Ashima Sood , ambassador

Thanks Michéle! I look forward to meeting everyone!  

Caitlin Cambron
InVision ambassador Caitlin Cambron , ambassador


This was an awesome reminder of where my education came from. After operating in the professional world for a few years, it's easy to forget that this approach was once revolutionary. Thanks for the contribution!



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