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Jan Windzus
David von Becker
Jan Windszus
David von Becker

Humanoid robots, greened skyscrapers, communal economies: The possible conceptions of the future are endless.
In its exhibition, Futurium introduces and discusses various proposals for possible futures guided by some big questions: How do we want to work and live in the future? Which technologies do we embrace and how do we use them? How do we fulfil our needs without causing further harm to nature? How do we want to live with each other? We navigate a sphere of contending interests, we set priorities, and we act.
This is always a matter of the interaction between three forces: nature, people and technology. Discover these in the three parts – or “thought spaces” – of the exhibition.

Opening hours,

  • Monday 10:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday closed
  • Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
  • Friday-Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

It is compulsory for all persons in the public area of the Futurium to wear a mask. The visitors have to maintain a minimum distance of two meters. Group formation is prohibited. In addition, the hygiene tips from the Federal Center for Health Education apply. The Futurium limits the number of visitors allowed in the house at the same time to 200 people. The public is led into the exhibition in a one-way system, with entry and exit being separated. In addition, the security staff per area will be increased and the cleaning frequency of the public areas increased. The lockers are out of order.

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Futurium
Alexanderufer 2, 10117 Berlin

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+49 (30) 408 18 97-0

Website,

futurium.de/en/exhibition

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Free entrance

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