Walter Gropius’ Bauhuas collection at Harvard

August 18, 2016

Walter Gropius, the influential German architect and founder of the Bauhaus, eventually moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts to teach in Harvard’s Graduate School of Design from 1937 to 1952. Now, Harvard is putting online a digital resource of 32,000 objects collected by Gropius and donated to the university.

 

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Harvard Art Museums launch new online resource on the Bauhaus

By Olivia Martin

The Architects Newspaper

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