the architectural school of Walter Gropius, founded in Germany, 1919: it promoted a synthesis of painting, sculpture, and architecture, the adaptation of science and technology to architecture, and an emphasis on functionalism
Origin of BauhausGerman from bauen, to build + haus, a house
Of or relating to an early 20th-century modernist school of architecture and design noted for its use of rectilinear forms, plain unadorned surfaces, and techniques and materials associated with industrial production.
Origin of BauhausGerman an architecture school founded by Walter Gropius Bau construction, architecture ( from Middle High German bū building ) ( from Old High German) ( from būan to dwell, settle ; see bheuə- in Indo-European roots.) Haus house ( from Middle High German hūs ) ( from Old High German)
- a style in modernist architecture and modern design, from "Staatliches Bauhaus" in Weimar, Germany
From German (Staatliches) Bauhaus