Geometry is King
The Bauhaus showed a deep love of simple geometry — another quality that makes it a great fit for web design. Students were well-acquainted with paintings of contemporary Cubist artists, such as Picasso and Gris, and so they adopted the similar way of looking at reality. They started breaking down objects into their rawest geometric shapes, as they considered this technique as the best way to create new, and more modern items. Clean, abstract and geometric forms were constantly used to produce new common tools that could highlight the difference from the old trends of the Art Nouveau.
An example? In 1925, Marcel Breuer, a member of the Bauhaus school, designed a new model of chair, later called “Wassily Chair”. It is composed by some metal tubes and by leather bands which give an idea of fluidity and flexibility. The designer was able to realize a minimal and fluid design that lasted in years and that it is still