House on the Horn
It was a simple cubic design, utilizing steel and concrete in its construction. At the center of the house was a clerestory-lit living room, twenty-feet square, with specialized rooms surrounding it. Gropius described the room's design: "in each room, function is important, e.g. the kitchen is the most practical and simple of kitchens - but it is not possible to use it as a dining room as well. Each room has its own definite character which suits its purpose." Each room had specially-designed furnishings and hardware designed by and created in the Bauhaus workshops.
The exact program for this cultural break is still in planning. At a later date, you will receive information on the cultural program awaiting participants of the 100-Years-of-Bauhaus Marathon. Thematic tours, concerts, and performances are planned for the cultural breaks.