In he was transferred to Berlin, where he designed a scheme for the concentration camp at Sachsenhausen and continued his projects for Buchenwald, including the interior of a guest house for Hermann Goering.
Yet the right in Germany smelled blood and continued to pursue them. For most of us, the word Bauhaus conjures up a certain type of modern architecture — that stark aesthetic that spawned a million tower blocks.
Like any eager convert, Mies took modernism to extremes. Having made it to England, the Jewish Bauhaus alumnus Ludwig Hirschfeld Mack was promptly deported to Australia as a suspect enemy citizen where he lived in a series of internment camps.
Bythe school was a global cult, sending out from its converted telephone factory eager young missionaries to spread the modernist word: honesty of construction, death to decoration.
Bauhaus style was here to stay. Like his students, he was a convert to modernism. The college was politically unwelcome in the early period of the GDR, and a rapprochement with it only took place in with the reconstruction of the Dessau Bauhaus building in accordance with its historic monument status.
For example, many Jewish architects of the Bauhaus school contributed to the White City of Tel Aviv picturewhere a collection of 4, buildings were designed in the Bauhaus style. Enclosure was suggested only by a series of planes, arranged with formal geometry, like a Mondrian painting.
This time, it took him three months to get to the top.