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THE BAUHAUS ANTHEA STREETER Tuesday 21 May 2019

Where did mixer taps and fitted kitchens come from? Angle-poise lamps and strip lighting? The answer is The Bauhaus. This is the story of Germany’s most famous design school, bitterly attacked in its day during the 1920s, but one which has had a profound effect on modern buildings and their interiors ever since.


Anthea Streeter

Studied the Fine and Decorative Arts in London and continued her studies at Harvard University. It was while at Harvard, where there was great enthusiasm for American design, that she became interested herself in 20th century architecture. Since returning from America she has taught on courses in Oxford and London, lectured on the Country House course in Sussex, and for several private groups around the country. Special interest in the architecture and design of 20th century.