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Recycled Bauhaus School Turned Into A Hotel

Recycling and an old building and turning it into a new useful and functional one is truly an eco-friendly idea. There is no need to spend too much for the construction materials, and saves the environment from possible landfill as compared to if the building will be worn out. Just like the Old Bauhaus School that is now refurbished into a beautiful and comfortable Hotel. Designed by Walter Gropius, each room of the refurbished school has their own sink. Part of the building was allocated to the dormitory and accommodates a one-night stay. The hotel serves breakfast in a canteen where the students used to eat.

Recycled Bauhaus

Recycled Bauhaus

Recycled Bauhaus

Source: Treehugger


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1 thought on “Recycled Bauhaus School Turned Into A Hotel”

  1. you forgot to mention the renovation a couple years back where huge trees were chopped down in an attempt to reinstate the landscape from the 20s–30s

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