The Bauhaus theories and teachings focused on the creation of new forms of design and construction that could be used for everyday living. The essence of Bauhaus form in architecture led to flat roofs, smooth facades, cubic shapes and open floor plans, populated with functional furniture. The Bauhaus school’s design sensibilities had a massive effect on the performing and applied arts, as well as on typography and graphic design. The Bauhaus majorly influences graphic design, with its pure geometrical forms and emphasis on aesthetic fundamentals. The ideas of the Bauhaus creators have influenced architecture, furniture, typography, and weaving.
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