Design Files: Bauhaus Movement

By ABC By Design
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Image: Bauhaus, not only a design movement that also included typography. (Type designed by Herbert Bayer for the Bauhaus in Dessau; Jim Hood/Wikimedia Commons)

By Design's Colin Bisset looks at the history of the Bauhaus movement.

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ABC Radio National’s By Design is a program about how we shape our world - a vibrant show about people and the things that surround us.
From the cities and buildings we live in to the cars we drive and clothes we wear, the program deals with architecture and material culture, the politics of the built environment and design - all through the prism of our daily lives.
 
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