15 02 2019 Ubiquitous Bauhaus: everyone’s talking about the 1919-1933 period, years that profoundly altered the world of design. The movement set about revolutionising art, design and architecture with ideas that were truly radical in part. FSB demonstrates with its trilogy that getting a handle on the Bauhaus is still possible in the most literal of senses.
24 01 2019 The Bauhaus centenary gives cause for celebration but also for critical research. Ines Weizman lectures at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. This year she is conference director of the XIV International Bauhaus Colloquium. In her interview with FSB she speaks about the contradictions informing the world’s most famous art school.
14 09 2018 New York, Dubai, Tokyo, London – residential tower blocks have long defined the skyline of many a major city. They have acquired a fresh allure in Germany, too, in recent years. Homes with breath-taking views are all the rage – so, are German cities now likewise set to grow upwards?
20 03 2017 These days, Jasper Morrison is one of the big names in design. But the roots of his career lie in Berlin – and with FSB. Door lever handle 1144 was one of his first creations and is also on show in the “Jasper Morrison. Thingness” exhibition being run from 22 March 2017 at Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive. A conversation about Berlin, Brakel and Tokyo.