Haus am Horn Weimar

Haus am Horn: An Experiment Of New Living

Haus am Horn—an experimental building for an exposition in 1923—is the only buildt Bauhaus architecture in Weimar. On the plan you’ll see that it is constructed around one “big” central room and was made for a family with one kid and without servants. It was designed by Georg Muche and buildt by the office of Walter Gropius.
The childrens room on the first picture was specially designed for the exposition in 1923 by Alma Siedhoff-Buscher. It is said, that her designs have been very successful and Gropius was not very amused about that.

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