Definition of Bauhaus in English:

Bauhaus

Syllabification: Bau·haus
Pronunciation: /ˈbouˌhous
 
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A school of design established by Walter Gropius in Weimar in 1919, best known for its designs of objects based on functionalism and simplicity.

Origin

German, 'house of architecture', from Bau 'building' + Haus 'house'.

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