Germany

Out now: Bauhaus Travel Book by Ingolf Kern (Prestel)

If you fancy a bit of architectural tourism, then you might want to check out the Bauhaus Travel Book by Ingolf Kern, which has been published by Prestel. It is pretty much what you expect, a 304-page travel guide covering Germany’s Bauhaus architecture, picking out over 100 locations that can still be visited today. Divided […]

1960s modernism: Johannes Peter Holzinger-designed property in Bad Nauheim, Hesse, Germany

If you want some Bauhaus-inspired modernism, the look no further than this 1960s Johannes Peter Holzinger-designed property in Bad Nauheim, Hesse, Germany. This glass, aluminium and concrete build dates back to 1960. A dream of a house, especially if you love your modernism clean and simple. That’s not a criticism by the way. Quite the […]

Architecture students build latticed-wood community centre in German refugee camp

Community Centre in the Refugee Camp Spinelli Mannheim, Germany by Design build

Architecture students from Germany’s University of Kaiserslautern have built this wooden community centre for a refugee camp in Mannheim, which is fronted by a latticed screen. Read more

Richard Neutra in Europe: 1960s modernist property in Walldorf, Germany

Thanks to Max for letting is know about this 1960s Richard Neutra-designed modernist property in Walldorf, Germany. That is pretty much why we are flagging it up. You don’t see a lot of Neutra outside of the USA. He did design in Europe in the 1960s, with three individual buildings and two ‘settlements’ in the […]

On the market: Bauhaus-style villa in Other Hessen, Hessen, Germany

Looks can be deceptive when it comes to this Bauhaus-style villa in Other Hessen, Hessen, Germany. It looks like a well maintained or perhaps renovated 1930s modernist build. Thats probably the point. But the reality is a 2006 property, the work of a ‘well known architect’ (no name given) who has created something new, but […]