After an introduction into color theory, students commenced specialized workshops that included metal work, cabinet making, pottery, weaving, typography and wall painting. Bauhaus faced financial challenges that made some aspects of unifying art through craft impractical. To counter these challenges, Gropius repositioned Bauhaus goals in 1923 in order to operate on mass production of art designs. Following the repositioning, the company acquired a new slogan, ‘Art into industry’, to stress the benefits of ass production. In 1925, Bauhaus relocated from Weimar to Dessau where he designed a new structure to accommodate the school. The building had state of art facilities and features, making it a hallmark of modern art and architecture. Modern architecture included steel-frame structures, glass curtain walls, and asymmetrical pinwheel plan. Through these structures, Gropius distributed classrooms, studios, and administrative spaces in order to maximally utilize the available space. The cabinet making workshop was a main creation at the Bauhaus. Under the management of Marcel Breuer, the studio designed and produced furniture by dematerializing conventional forms such as chairs in order to develop creative furniture. Breuer used the theory that eventually, all chairs would become obsolete, replaced.. He was inspired by his bicycle’s steel tubes to experiment with metal chairs, leading to creation of light-weight metallic chairs. Some of the metallic chairs were used in the theatre.