Belvedere Castle, the Baroque French-style summer residence of Duke Ernst August of Saxe-Weimar and his successors, was built over a period of twenty years in the early to mid-18th-century. Today the Castle-complex, its parks and gardens, form part of the UNESCO World Heritage site “Classical Weimar” and is managed by the Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Weimar Classical Foundation).
Oskar Schlemmer: The Teacher Who Made Designers Dance
This article is dedicated to the German artist and teacher Oscar Schlemmer and his bright ideas on how to explore space and our own body through performative practises.
What future for the market place?
The market place has changed a lot since medieval times. What are the challenges it is faced with nowadays? Naumburg and Weimar provide us with insight and some... food for thought...
The New Bauhaus Museum in Weimar: A Conversational Retrospective
After many years away from the spotlight, the Bauhaus movement is finally receiving some much-deserved attention in its birthplace, the city of Weimar.