Art: New in Old

In Chicago early this week 30 bright young men filed into a big, weathered mansard mansion on Prairie Avenue to begin a year's study of principles which have made that house and houses like it as ugly and obsolete as a dinosaur. The school in which they were enrolled and whose chances appeared excellent of profoundly affecting the habits of U. S. builders had a name exciting to all architects and designers: the New Bauhaus (Building House). Its right to that title was as clear as the glass with which its students will be...

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