bauhaus_lab at the temporary bauhaus-archiv, photo: Catrin Schmitt

bauhaus_lab at the temporary bauhaus-archiv, photo: Catrin Schmitt

bauhaus_lab


bauhaus_lab to take away!

The bauhaus_lab at the temporary bauhaus-archiv cannot take place at the moment due to current developments in relation to coronavirus. Therefore, we will regularly provide you with beautifully designed worksheets and video tutorials that inspire to design, create and discover at home.




General information on the bauhaus_lab

Colourful spinning tops, geometric chess pieces and composition exercises after Paul Klee – young and old are invited to “drop in” at the bauhaus_lab to design, create and discover.

Summer break: 21 Jun - 14 Aug 2020.

at the temporary bauhaus-archiv, Knesebeckstrasse 1-2, Berlin-Charlottenburg

Participation is free of charge

Suitable for children 6 years and up

bauhaus_lab 2020, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_lab 2020, photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet #1: Colourful spinning tops

Photo: Doro Petersen

Photo: Doro Petersen

bauhaus_worksheet #2: Illusion of movement

How do you make colours and lines dance on a piece of paper? A project by the Bauhaus student Monica Bella Ullmann-Broner serves as the model for our bauhaus_worksheet #2.

In view of current developments in relation to coronavirus, the temporary bauhaus-archiv is closed until further notice.

For suggestions on how to discover the Bauhaus from home, click here.