Spend the Night in the Dessau Bauhaus

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Thursday, October 3, 2013
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Bauhaus Studio Building Converted into Boutique Hotel Dorms (Courtesy Paula Soler-Moya / Flickr)

Bauhaus Studio Building Becomes Boutique Hotel Dorms (Courtesy Paula Soler-Moya / Flickr)

Miss out on your Bauhaus opportunity because you were not an artistic youth in 1920s and 1930s Germany? Now, architecture and design enthusiasts can revive their desired pasts as students at Walter Gropius’ iconic design school, at least in sleeping accommodations. The Bauhaus School of Design in Dessau, Germany has converted one of its studio buildings into a boutique hotel with dormitory-style rooms for overnight rental. Visitors can spend the night in spaces that once housed some of the biggest names in modern architecture, when they were still just students.

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