Germany's Maison Heinrich Heine, constructed in Bauhaus style , didn't particularly impress me. It was dull and rather uninteresting. I had the opposite feeling of what one generally fells in a place like this, surrounded by trees and Greek and Roman-inspired architecture like Fondation Rosa Abreu De Grancher .
And modern buildings in this style are a total delight to be in. Functional, simple, bright, cozy and often inexpensive.
But as you say original Bauhaus looks conventional because we judge it by modern standards.
Many thanks for these books.
"Hey, we could go to Walter Gropius's!"
bonus: the exhibitor is at Homer's because the "Take One" sign.