A new series of design workshops in Berlin: BAUHAUS live
The Bauhaus Archive Berlin is celebrating the key ideas of the Bauhaus movement and their relevance to modern design by hosting a new series of interdisciplinary design workshops.
The goal of the workshop is not the creation of a perfect, production-ready design or prototype, but rather to engage in an experimental creative process. Playful exploration of innovative concepts will be the central focus of this intense programme, which will be rounded off by lectures, discussion and direct feedback sessions with the workshop host and the organisers.
Located in the heart of one of the world’s most vibrant cities, the BAUHAUS live programme represents the ultimate opportunity for celebrating creativity and design, and is a great chance to explore a city at the forefront of international trends and style. All workshops of the programme are geared towards an international, interdisciplinary crowd. The workshops are a unique opportunity to experience the interdisciplinary nature of the Bauhaus movement, and explore cross-boundary thinking, creativity and innovation skills.
Instead of descending into dogma, the Bauhaus has always considered itself the focal point of interdisciplinary inspiration: today, this makes the Bauhaus more relevant than ever.
The BAUHAUS live programme was initiated by Ingo Strobel, and is executed in cooperation between Faces of Design and Hidden Fortress, and in partnership with the Bauhaus Archive Berlin.