That might seem odd that you can connect one of history’s most terrified leaders to one of the most happily and beautiful occupations such as interior design. However, as we discovered recently there a dark side in the world of interior design: during the holocaust, Hitler made much of his party propaganda revolved around the basic elements of interior design. Let’s discover how:
He used home cooked images. German Architecture played an important role (or lack of) the women in that time that displayed that profession. There were simply pass by.Hitler’s favorite architect and interior designer, Gerdy Troost and on how Troost had more subtler ways to built the Hitler myth and mist of higher ranking man or high powered one. Nazi propagandist join forces in hopes to get across the message that their leader was hard-working, cultured, self-sacrificing bachelor married to his work of making Germany great again. He appeared to be human in those interior design magazine as he appeared in a garden to and so it had began the idea of telling a story through architecture and the design of interiors.
Once Hitler was sold as a domestic version to the public. Hitler hired architect Paul Troost to remodel his farm cottage in his neoclassical style. The specialist observe that the “vocabulary of specific forms, colors, and materials that produced a distinctive visual language of power. Whether private or public, the Atelier Troost interiors were immediately recognizable as the Fuhrer’s spaces.” They call it the naked power.
Hitler – the man who could be trusted to keep a promise and were at all times good hearted. Interior design played a part in selling this story to this public , it covers up the strategic moves to deceive diplomats such as Chamberlain the prime minister of UK but also the international public – no, he would never pursued war. Yeah right.