Whose Bauhaus Is It Anyway? P1 & 2

Gisela’s fair colleciton, Sibylle, East Berlin (1960 №5) Illustrations based of of the operetta from Leipzig. Image used as a comparison for Kosmos Kino (directly below) Source: Bartlett, Fashion East
Kino Kosmos
Cafe Moskau
“Summer Time” Praktische Mode, Leipzig 1963 no. 6. Image used to compare visual similarities with Kino Kosmos (above)
“Industriestadt Bitterfeld” Sibylle, 4/1964. Source: Sibylle: Zeitschrift fuer Mode und Kulture 1956–1995
“Industriestadt Bitterfeld” Sibylle, 4/1964. Source: Sibylle: Zeitschrift fuer Mode und Kulture 1956–1995
Chemnitz City Hall Source: Haspel, Joerg & Dumitru Rusu, Socialist Modernism in Germany, BACU, 2019
Polyester Gestrick, Sibylle, Roger Melis, ca 1960 Source: GDR Objectified
Image of Plattenbau Source: BPD
The Ratiokusche or Ratio Kitchen, was a scientifically ordered kitchen which was seen as a machine for living in East Germany — Source: Eli Rubin, The Form of Socialism without Ornament: Consumption, Ideology, and the Fall and Rise of Modernist Design in the German Democratic Republic
“Mode im jungen Berlin”, Sibylle, 4/1962, Arno Fischer Source: Sibylle: Zeitschrift fuer Mode und Kulture 1956–1995

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