Bauhaus Dessau

Open Studio Berkeley, USA, “The Dessau Effect”

19–27 March 2016 at the Bauhaus Dessau,
University of California Berkeley, USA,
Department of Architecture,
College of Environmental Design
Topic: The Dessau Effect: Urban revival, Pavilion interventions, and the Bauhaus legacy

Der Dessau-Effekt

“The Dessau Effect”, a design studio offered by René Davids and Greg Castillo at the University of California, Berkeley, explores the pavilion as a tool for Dessau’s urban regeneration. The city’s planned Bauhaus museum will attract global tourists, but may not improve the community life of local citizens – the downside of the so-called “Bilbao effect.” The “Dessau effect” proposes multiple neighborhood pavilions that reflect the Bauhaus creative legacy and which provide recreational workshops attractive to both visitors and city residents.

(project by Elizabeth Clifton)

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