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A critical appraisal

Can Design Change Society?

Project Bauhaus

Ed. by ARCH+ / Kuhnert, Nikolaus / Ngo, Anh-Linh / Uhlig, Günther



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    Publication Date:
    July 2019
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    • Topical and attractive thematic volume on the effect of the Bauhaus
    • Can design change society? International experts provide answers

    Aims and Scope

    In 2019 it will be the hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus. Prompted by this occasion, with "project bauhaus" ARCH+ has undertaken a critical appraisal of the Bauhaus ideas: working for several years, an international group of experts from a wide range of disciplines has investigated the socio-political relevance and emancipatory potential of the Bauhaus – historically, for today, and for the future.

    How can design still become effective as a political project? What are the possibilities and problems encountered by universal design in the age of globalization? Can the emancipatory potential of technology still be activated in a digitalized world?

    The answers to these questions are published here for the first time for an international readership.


    24.0 x 29.5 cm
    240 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Professional Book

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    Prof. Dr. emer. Günther Uhlig, Editor, ARCH+

    Nikolaus Kuhnert, Editor, ARCH+

    Anh-Linh Ngo, Editor, ARCH+

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