The living environment of the world's cities must change.
A city can be seen as an organism, a living biological unit.

This needs to be recreated and redesigned.
The global situation of the planet requires a
globally networked interaction.

It will take interdisciplinary thinking, overcoming boundaries, and rethinking approaches.

In addition to the classic disciplines of the historic Bauhaus such as design and architecture, it must


include all disciplines of civil engineering, as well as climate and meteorology, medicine, biology, biochemistry, physics, genetics, behavioral research, IT, robotics, etc..

Bauhaus 21 is an analogy to the historical Bauhaus, which shaped the future of the 20th century and modern times.
In contrast, Bauhaus 21 is an international network that is committed to a new Bauhaus idea for the 21st century.



Form Follows Function

Not architecture as pure design, but the qualitative contribution to a functional, biocompatible living space.

"Living, biodynamic facades" as bioreactors

CO2 absorption

AI for controlling buildings and energy

Networking of buildings and urban districts

Designing the new living spaces creates new work and mobility concepts

The City as an organic metabolism
Climate-neutral Energies as
Self-sufficient part of the natural global system