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While those interested in Woolf and her immediate circle will find the articles on theater textiles and dressmaking at the Omega most relevant to their concerns, the catalogue as a whole is fascinating for the dense web of interconnections it reveals between Bloomsbury and other avant garde organizations in the UK and abroad such as the Deutsche Werkbund, the Wiener Werkstatte, and the Atelier of Paul Pioret.
Founded in Munich in 1907, the Deutsche Werkbund believed that industrialisation was a threat to the national culture of Germany and so aimed at improving the quality of German products by reconciling art, craft and industry.
This book is an expanded version of the catalogue of the exhibition held at Munich on the occasion of Otto & Rasch receiving the Deutsche Werkbund Bayer prize.
He subsequently exercised a great influence on modern continental architecture as director first of the Deutsche Werkbund and afterwards of the Bauhaus at Dessau (where he followed Gropius).
The Deutsche Werkbund was set up in the same year to foster links between art and industry, and to improve the quality of German manufactured goods.

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