According to Google, today is the offical 100 Years of the Bauhaus Movement. This simple recap of one of the gods of design is just as honest as it can be and this time around, while it might be making 100 years the Bauhaus movement is just as fresh as it ever was.
The origins of the movement aren’t hard to precise but it’s the convo of several styles that made it what it is. Born out of necessity, the Bauhaus style aimed to put back together art and design into one. Practical objects with soul behind it are the soul of the movement.
While it might not have such an influential part in the functional design part, the Bauhaus’s most influential and lasting achievements were in the fields of painting and sculpture. Artists such as Marcel Breuer, Marianna Brandt are the ones who took the Bauhaus style into their own hands and paved the way to the minimalist side of design.
Architects such as Walter Gropius and Mies van der Rohe, now internationally known, placed their inspiration in the Bauhaus movement. With iconic buildings that are nowadays, referential in the field.
Plau Klee is one of the biggest mysteries in the world of Bauhaus design. With a unique vision, the artist has all the elements to be intrigued by and to love. In this canvas of 1922, from the geometric shapes to the delicate touches, the artists unique vision is clear. Between the figurative and the metaphorical movement, Paul Klee creates one of a kind feeling.
Wassily Kandinsky, with its exploration of the Bauhaus movement, made a mark into the art world. From the standing point of colour, where the artist left a change into the world, the whole collection of works are just as astounding as the one seen above. The perfect creation between visual and musical style is clear.