As long as 100 years ago, Bauhaus was already developing new forms of living together and dedicating its architecture and town planning to a new era. The Bauhaus campus in Berlin offers room for ideas for a society that is continuously changing. As part of this, the Tiny House movement, initiated by Van Bo Le –Mentzel, deals with the questions of how to coexist in an urban environment. The focus here is mainly on the issue of living space. How much space should we and do we want to take up for living, working and playing in the future? In a small world with various Tiny Houses, visitors can discover new forms of togetherness.
This concept was taken further with a scaled-down Christmas experience. In very few square metres there was enough room for what really matters at Christmas time: Friends, conversation and music.