Bauhaus Curriculum

Graph of the educational curriculum at the Bauhaus, 1923 by Walter Gropius.

‘The Bauhaus wants to serve in the development of present-day housing, from the simplest household appliances to the finished dwelling. In the conviction that household appliances and furnishings must be rationally related to each other, the Bauhaus is seeking-by systematic practical and theoretical research into formal, technical, and economic fields-to derive the design of an object from its natural functions and relationships’ – Principles of Bauhaus Production, coined by Gropius in 1926.