By Michael Siebenbrodt
Bauhaus : 1919-1933
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The students had the opportunity to learn together the new jargon for designers and to further develop it. The numerous foreign students–up to 33%–were able to perfect colloquial language and technical terminology before starting regular specialist courses. Not least, the informal work of the preparatory course and the resulting close acquaintances between the students formed the basis of future interdisciplinary project work and teamwork at the Bauhaus. The preparatory course mainly consisted of form, colour and materials instruction, which was given by the art teachers at the Bauhaus.
By equating purpose and nature, the purposeful form was aestheticised without further questioning, and that initially meant geometric forms. 11 He put forward an analysis of social and economic questions which should eventually form the beginnings of the design process. Yet he did not succeed in fully communicating his approach, so it found its way into only a few elements of design practise. On the one hand, previously lacking engineering sciences were integrated into the curriculum, but on the other hand, the expansion of the art classes of the teachers of the Bauhaus and the “free painting classes” by Klee and Kandinsky eventually meant less of an integration and more of what seemed like the intentional exclusion of a specific field of learning.
The NSDAP declared its fight against the Bauhaus, which was now denounced as a “Jewish dive” and for the party embodied an intellectual opposite to its own world view, one of its central topics. The budget was cut further so that the school became largely dependent on licence income and was hardly able to survive. In May 1932 the parliamentary elections in Anhalt led to the fall of the state government, which had up until then been in favour of the Bauhaus, and the right-wing gained the majority.