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2. ‘Modern’ materials If you like to embrace new materials and technologies, then you’re definitely channelling the spirit of the Bauhaus. The designers and students of the school were interested in experimenting with the new, particularly in their furniture designs, where they played with materials such as tubular steel and steam-bent plywood. Marcel Breuer’s Wassily chair (pictured) by is one of the most famous examples of this, with its distinctive tubular-steel frame imitated many times since. It wasn’t only frame materials that were examined and reimagined, though. The Bauhaus had a dedicated weaving workshop where students experimented with new fabrics and construction methods, bringing together craft, design and technology in a new way.