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ADGB Trade Union School (Bauhaus) by Hannes Meyer

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ADGB Trade Union School

The ADGB Trade Union School (Bundesschule des Allgemeinen Deutschen Gewerkschaftsbundes (ADGB)), is a complex of teaching and administrative buildings in Berlin bei Bernau, Germany, constructed for the former Federation of German Trade Unions. It was designed by the Bauhaus architect Hannes Meyer with his partner Hans Wittwer between 1928–1930, at which time Meyer was the director of the Bauhaus school in Dessau.[2]


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