Design communities around the world are celebrating the centennial of the Bauhaus, the progressive design school established by Walter Gropius in Germany in 1919. During the spring 2019 semester, Interior Architecture & Design students in Prof. Marlo Ransdell’s furniture design class applied Bauhaus-inspired practical learning techniques to design functional objects for everyday use. Their work is now on display in the WJB Gallery in Bauhaus 100, an exhibition curated and designed by Prof. Yelena McLane. See it soon! The exhibition closes on Friday, October 25, in preparation for the upcoming Art History Museum Object class exhibition.