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Bauhaus School: Founder & History

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Which combination of elements influenced Walter Gropius and his ideas about modern architecture and design?

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1. What is an industrial designer?

2. Of the following statements, which was one of the core philosophies of the Bauhaus?

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Use the quiz and worksheet to check your knowledge of the Bauhaus school. Where this school moved to in 1925 and the meaning of an industrial designer are topics on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Take the quiz to see how familiar you are with:

  • Elements that influenced Walter Gropius and his ideas about modern architecture
  • Where the Bauhaus moved in 1925
  • The role of an industrial designer
  • Impact of the Bauhaus

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  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about what an industrial designer does and interpret it correctly

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  • Who the Bauhaus was for
  • When the Bauhaus opened
  • Gropius' interests
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