The houses for the Bauhaus teachers and their families resemble white shoe boxes. Not only did the Kandinskys, Klees and Gropius like to live in them, they also used them to experiment, celebrate and play with Klee's cat. They often wanted curtains, so many passers-by curiously looked in: Because there was something going on with the Bauhaus masters!
Release date: 24.10.2016
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