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[#2], originally uploaded by shadowplay.

The main house of the commune was radical in design for its time (designed by Heinrich Tessenow, later with the Bauhaus). No ornamentation, no classic architectural elements. Over three floors, small bedrooms (without doors) were on either side of a larger group/family room. At one end of the first floor family room was a large communal bathtub. At night a wooden cover was placed over the top of the tub and became a stage for performances, dances, plays.

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