Objective architecture based on the legendary Bauhaus philosophy. These villas are defined by their cubistic, linear design. Clear forms and noble building materials combine to form a modern interpretation of a timeless classic.
Founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius, the Bauhaus School is one of the most influential art, design and architectural trends of our time. It places the combination of form and function, the fusion of art and craftsmanship, at the centre of all artistic activity.
True to this philosophy, the Villa Bauhaus has clear lines and clearly defined floor plans, as well as large balconies and terraces and ceiling-high glazing, which connect the interior with the open exterior. For more information about our building philosophy and how it is translated into reality, please read our blog post about BAUHAUS architecture.