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Bauhaus is a German school of design, combining crafts and the fine arts. It may also refer to its related affiliation:
- Bauhaus magazine, magazines issued by the Bauhaus school of design since 1923
- Bauhaus Archive, a museum in Berlin, Germany which collects items related to the Bauhaus school of design
Bauhaus may also refer to:
- Bauhaus (band), an English gothic rock band
- Bauhaus (company), an international company operating retail stores
- 8502 Bauhaus, a Main-belt Asteroid discovered on 14 October 1990
- Bauhaus (typeface), a font inspired by Herbert Bayer's experimental Universal typeface
- Bauhaus-University Weimar, a university for creative studies in Weimar, Germany
- Mark Bauhaus, Executive VP/GM of Juniper Networks
- Bauhaus, an army corporation in Mutant Chronicles movie.
- Bauhaus Project (computing), a software research project carried out by a consortium of universities and companies.
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