Definition of Gropius, Walter in English:

Gropius, Walter

Line breaks: Wal¦ter Gro|pius
Pronunciation: /ˈɡrəʊpɪəs
 
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( 1883–1969), German-born American architect. He was the first director of the Bauhaus School of Design (1919–28) and a pioneer of the International Style. He settled in the US in 1938, where he was professor of architecture at Harvard University until 1952.

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