Draws attention to the great social responsibility of town planners,
architects and mass-production designers, whose job it is to design the
cities, houses and goods that form or everyday surroundings. It sets out to
show that of all art institutions in the 1920s, the Bauhaus was the most
intensive in its approach to the task of aestheticizing the modern technical
world. At the same time it indicates the importance of design in general,
for without it the human need for beauty would remain at least partly
Political Science ...
"The study of political science/law is basically the path of least resistance for me. It is a subject that has always interested me, and one that I have proved to be naturally insightful in. Studying political science isn’t just the study of how governments function or how it is composed, but the study of why it exists and to what ends. In short, it is the study of what makes everything else possible."