Bauhaus and Web Design

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The other day I’ve read this somewhat older yet still relevant article by Simon Collision: Bauhaus Ideology and the Future of Web Design. In a stream of thought kind of way it deals with the main tenets of the Bauhaus school of thought and how those relate to modern and future web design.

It draws upon Bauhaus ideas such as “form follows function”, simplicity and the unification of art, craft, and technology – most of which seem oddly familiar in the context of modern day websites – and its implications for future advances in web design.

If you’re interested in design or architecture this article certainly is worth a read.

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