Van Bo Le-Mentzel truly knocks it out of the park with his Bauhaus bus.
It has become apparent that the architectural movement -- most active during the years of the Bauhaus school between 1919 and 1933, has found its way into the mainstream. Many in the industry are harnessing the artistic elements of the style in their works, reviving the movement in the context of the modern day.
Van Bo Le-Mentzel's Bauhaus bus is modeled after an iconic and relevant school building in Dessau. The interior is described as "apartment-like" with enough room to host small-scale exhibitions, as well as workshops. Aptly called 'Wohnmaschine,' the vehicle has a schedule in four cities for the duration of 2019. The purpose behind the touring 'school' is "to 'unlearn' the influential school's Eurocentric attitudes."