|The Nighthawks, 1941, Edward hopper|
|Bauhaus rectilinear lines and simplicity, replete|
with neon signage, are evidenced in this 1950s
era diner in Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey
|Before there was a MacDonalds, before there|
was Burger King, almost before there was
a Bauhaus, there was White Castle. The
5-cent burgers and the architecture date
from the early 1920s.
Photo by Daniel Schwen
The interior of this modern day
Brooklyn, New York, diner is not
without Bauhaus influences.
|However, this New Zealand Burger |
King may be pushing the Bauhaus
50s thing a bit too far.