From Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe, 70 architecture students were tasked with designing new visions for Dessau at a summer school run by the Bauhaus-Dessau Foundation. The city in eastern Germany is in desperate need of some fresh ideas: Dessau, once famous for the Bauhaus School, is in a state of decline. Young residents are moving away, and the city's population is shrinking. Meanwhile, workshop students were brimming with some radical new concepts. Has the spirit of Bauhaus been reborn? ARTS.21 talks to these young architects.