New York, New York
London, United Kingdom
Masdar City, Abu Dhabi
Auckland, New Zealand
The building is purposefully designed to convey the essence of “harmony” especially in the embodiment of hard and soft edges.
The building is a vehicle to reflect on the unique philosophy of the Bauhaus movement. The silence of this space allows patrons to mediate between the noise of society and a new philosophy.
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The building materials have been carefully chosen and are reminiscent of the Bauhaus movement. They are a combination of Gropius’ large expanses of glass with delicate steel frame profiles and Hugo Junkers’ curved metal claddings.