Lars Müller Publishers

Bauhausbücher 1-14 in Slipcase

Between 1925 and 1930, the Bauhaus, a legendary school of design, published a series of 14 books written by teachers and friends of the school. These books addressed the core ideas of the Bauhaus in art, design and architecture. Considered groundbreaking, these publications reflect the revolutionary concepts that made the Bauhaus famous worldwide.

Discover the Bauhausbücher

The titles discussed the ideas of the Bauhaus in art, design and architecture. In response to the Bauhaus Centennial in 2019, all 14 Bauhausbücher were re-issued in English translation preserving the original typography and design. This limited edition box set includes all 14 books in a slipcase.

State Bauhaus in Weimar 1919-1923

In 1919, the state art school in Weimar was reopened under the direction of Walter Gropius, with a radical new teaching approach and under the new name Bauhaus.
70,00 €

Bauhaus Journal 1926-1931

100 years after the founding of the Bauhaus, the journal bauhaus is an important written testimony to this icon of modernity.
70,00 €
Form follows function

State Bauhaus

Founded in Germany in 1919 by Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus brought together art, craftsmanship and design to combine function and aesthetics, shaping modern architecture and design around the world.

Women of the Bauhaus

A Tribute to Pioneering Female Artists
Facsimile edition

Bauhaus in Weimar 1919–1923

In 1919, the Weimar State Art School reopened under the direction of Walter Gropius with a radically new approach to teaching and a new name: the Bauhaus. Four years passed before the first exhibition presented a new approach to art to an enthusiastic public and spread the school's ideas worldwide.

Discover Bauhaus Books

Modern design is all about simplicity and funcionality and can be found in many products we're using on a daily basis. Learn how the Bauhaus Movement influenced design history with its emphasis on theory and practice as taught by the masters.