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Albert and his wife Klara Reimann founded the Schรผlerwerkstatten fรผr Kleinplastik (School for Small Sculpture) in Berlin in 1902. Reimann was a gifted artisan who created prototypes to produce bronze, copper, silver, gold, and pottery. Read More →

Walter Gropius

Walter Gropius (1883 – 1969) was an architect born in Germany in the early twentieth century who contributed to the founding of the Bauhaus School. He lived in the United States after 1937 and taught at Harvard University, where he continued to defend the principles of Bauhaus, especially the use of functional materials and clean geometric designs.Read More →