On the occasion of the centenary of the creation of the Bauhaus, the Fundació Mies van der Rohe is pleased to welcome TINY [BAU] HAUS.
A project created by the National Tourism Office of Germany (DZT) consisting of a nomadic structure of 8 m2, designed by Amsterdam DUS Architects and produced by Aectual printed in 3D from flax seed, fully recyclable, in accordance with the idea of the Bauhaus to resort to technologically innovative solutions. Inside, it offers visitors the chance to discover objects from the Bauhaus with a selection of unpublished objects and films showing the locations of the Bauhaus – Weimar, Dessau and Berlin, as well as the possibility of visiting the architectural office of the director of the Bauhaus Walter Gropius with a virtual reality animation. TINY [BAU] HAUS travels across Europe to allow the general public to discover or rediscover this important artistic current in architecture and design initiated in Germany in 1919 by Walter Gropius, and how this innovative style had a great impact on architects around the world. After its stages in Paris and Rotterdam, this object-exhibition can be seen in Barcelona from May 8 to 20, 2019 on the forecourt in front of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion, before continuing its route to Marseille, Vienna, Prague, Budapest and Copenhagen.