The Haus Am Horn, built in 1923 on the occasion of the first Bauhaus exhibition, is the first and only Bauhaus architecture preserved in Weimar. With this experimental building, the Bauhaus presented itself to the public for the first time. In close cooperation, all the Bauhaus workshops were completely equipped with furniture, textiles, lamps and the most modern household appliances designed by us. Every detail of the house was an answer to the many questions about future living conditions that are still relevant today. From 1924 to the 1990s, the house was lived in, changed and extended, so that little of the interior decoration has survived. The compact overview presents the eventful history of this house, which can be visited as a walk-in monument from 2019.
Editors: Anke Blümm, Martina Ullrich
Articles: A. Blümm, M. Ullrich, U. Ackermann
86 illustrations in colour and b/w
15 x 23 cm, booklet with flaps