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Bauhaus was founded on October 5, 1993, and is notable for an unusual coffeehouse space design, which founder Joel Radin later applied to the design of Top Pot Doughnuts when he co-founded that company with others.
While the original location closed on October 5, 2013, a new Capitol Hill location later opened that year, following two new locations in Ballard and Green Lake. All three were closed on December 13, 2015, for unexplained reasons.
On April 15, 2016, the Ballard location re-opened under controversy. 
Bauhaus attracts patrons who like to read and study.
Employees have described working at Bauhaus as being an opportunity to "meet amazing people. We are like a big family."
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