This is a newspaper that shows three bauhaus generations: 1919, 2019, 2119.
It was designed to contain an overview of the eight media installations, or rather, participative projects created as a cooperation between the University of Applied Sciences Mainz and the Gutenberg Museum on the occasion of the 100th Bauhaus anniversary.
It was divided into two main sections: the first one with a fixed order, which included the editorial section, student biographies and a series of interviews made to typography experts as Lucas de Groot, Dan Reynolds, Martin Lorenz and Ellen Lupton, to name a few.
The second section included a detailed description of each student's project, focusing on their inspiration for the project and said project's hard-facts. Lastly, it presented a sketch of what a design influenced by Bauhaus could look like in 2119, a hundred years from now, from each student’s perspective.