The so-called "pure" architecture is pushed to the extreme. This pure formalism, regardless of the actual needs of the owner, is inconceivable. A building built with populism as the starting point, flaunting the supremacy of function and saving money as the highest guiding principle, ended up with no living function and expensive enough for the owners to turn their backs on. But it's a work of art. Art - It's useless. All addictive things are mostly useless.
A very transparent box-shaped building, with floor glass on all sides, is very beautiful.
Archives are mostly modern buildings, the design here is very pure, many more practical things are civilian prices.
The former archive was a German World War II archive, which was later rebuilt as the archive of the Bauhaus School.
It's just for architecture and design enthusiasts. And just visiting the museum is worth visiting.
Architecture is characteristic and deserves to be an art school.
The design feels very, very unique.