Iwao Yamawaki


Iwao Yamawaki, ‘Cafeteria after lunch, Bauhaus, Dessau’ 1930–2, printed later
Cafeteria after lunch, Bauhaus, Dessau 1930–2, printed later
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Iwao Yamawaki (山脇 巌, Yamawaki Iwao, 29 April 1898–8 March 1987), born Iwao Fujita in Nagasaki, was a Japanese photographer and architect who trained at the Bauhaus.

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Bauhaus was a revolutionary school of art, architecture and design established by Walter Gropius at Weimar in Germany in 1919

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