Haius am Horn Bauhaus Show Home Laser Cut Kit

Noch 66680
Scale(s): 1:100 Scale, HO Scale
GM Part Number: N66680
Expected: Q2/2024
Haius am Horn Bauhaus Show Home Laser Cut Kit
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Haius am Horn Bauhaus Show Home Laser Cut Kit


The “Haus am Horn” was planned in 1923 on the occasion of the first Bauhaus exhibition in Weimar and was built in just a few months. The design by Bauhaus master Georg Muche was revolutionary. The latest building materials and findings from research and teaching at the Weimar School were consistently used in the construction. It is the first and only architecture that the Bauhaus realized in Weimar. With the “Haus am Horn” the various Bauhaus workshops illustrated how they imagined contemporary living. All rooms are located around the internal, central living room, which is supplied with daylight via a skylight. A special feature of the floor plan is the clear allocation of the rooms according to their functions.

Instead of a large kitchen-living room, the kitchen was e.g. B. intended exclusively for preparing food; eating should only be done in the dining room. The house had several smaller but clearly structured rooms that were supplemented by the latest technology, such as central heating in the basement and gas-powered water heaters in the bathroom and kitchen. Modern household appliances such as gas stoves, vacuum cleaners and coffee machines were aimed at making the housewife's work easier and giving her more time for intellectual activities. The lack of additional rooms for service staff is therefore also consistent: the family of three to four people should be able to manage independently here.

The model house “Haus am Horn” thus reflects the view of a changed social reality. It is therefore not surprising that the building was controversially discussed by the press and critics when the exhibition opened. The architectural office of Walter Gropius, founder and first director of the Bauhaus, took over the executing work. A then largely unknown student at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Marcel Breuer, designed his first furniture for the interior, including a dressing table for the lady of the house - his journeyman's piece. Beyond the turmoil of the 1930s and 1940s, the “Haus am Horn” continues to polarize people to this day. For supporters of the Bauhaus and its design principles, it is an elegant and timeless building in its simplicity and functionality, which predicted social developments and demonstrated architectural solutions over 100 years ago: an icon of architecture that has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.

The NOCH Laser-Cut kit is implemented at an exact architectural scale of 1:100 and is therefore ideal for use in H0 gauge. The kit is precisely laser cut from cardboard. No unnecessary plastic is used in the packaging. Detailed construction instructions and the appropriate laser-cut special adhesive are included.


  • 1 x Laser Cut House Kit
  • Laser Cut Adhesive Included



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