Bauhaus Houses and the Design Canon: 1923-2019

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Abstract

This paper investigates issues central to the reconstruction and display of iconic – or canonical - Modernist houses. The Haus am Horn in Weimar (1923) and Bauhaus Meister houses in Dessau (1925-1926) have complex exhibition histories. Together, they offer fascinating case studies of changing priorities in conservation, interpretation and display.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrom De Stijl to Dutch design: canonising design 2.0
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherStichting Designgeschiedenis Nederland
Pages25-33
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2017
EventFrom De Stijl to Dutch design: canonising design 2.0 - Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 9 December 2016
Duration: 1 Sep 2017 → …

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ConferenceFrom De Stijl to Dutch design: canonising design 2.0
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Iconic
Exhibition History
Weimar
Modernist
Canon
Conservation
Dessau
Bauhaus

Bibliographical note

© 2017 Authors and Stichting Designgeschiedenis Nederland, Amsterdam. All Rights Reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the author or the foundation. The publisher has made every effort to secure permission to reproduce the listed material, illustrations and photographs. We apologize for any inadvert errors or omissions. Parties who nevertheless believe they can claim specific legal rights are invited to contact the publisher.

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Aynsley, J. (2017). Bauhaus Houses and the Design Canon: 1923-2019. In From De Stijl to Dutch design: canonising design 2.0 (pp. 25-33). Amsterdam: Stichting Designgeschiedenis Nederland.
Aynsley, Jeremy. / Bauhaus Houses and the Design Canon: 1923-2019. From De Stijl to Dutch design: canonising design 2.0. Amsterdam : Stichting Designgeschiedenis Nederland, 2017. pp. 25-33
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