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Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv, Catrin Schmitt
Vincent Dino Zimmer, Lea Sonder
Nachbau einer historischen Tasttrommel und Texttafeln zum Thema Inklusives Museum
Julia Marquardt
Installation of three screens mounted on top of each other producing a portrait composed of three different images
Vincent Dino Zimmer, Lea Sonder
View of the exhibition space
Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv, Catrin Schmitt
Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv, Doro Tuch
Interactive exhibition "The Bauhaus Was a School"
© BHA, Foto: Catrin Schmitt
Talk #1 in the Talkshop Museum series at the temporary bauhaus-archiv
© Bauhaus-Archiv / Karsten Hintz

The Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung houses the world’s largest collection relating to the history of the Bauhaus (1919–1933), the 20th century’s most important school of architecture, design and art. The iconic building in Klingelhöferstrasse designed by Walter Gropius is currently undergoing renovation and will be expanded with a new annex. While construction work is in progress, the temporary bauhaus-archiv welcomes visitors on Knesebeckstrasse 1–2 in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district.
In the spirit of the Bauhaus, the temporary bauhaus-archiv is an experimental space in search of new themes and approaches. Discursive events, film screenings and book presentations are being staged alternately with interventions and programmes for families. The temporary also serves as a place of learning for the new museum where education will play a special role.

Opening hours,

  • Monday-Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday closed

The temporary bauhaus-archiv has reopened to the public. Please register online or directly at the temporary. Please note the current hygiene measures. We also have to ask you to please leave your contact details with us so we can get in touch if necessary.

  • 1. January closed
  • 25. December closed
  • 26. December closed


Knesebeckstraße 1-2, 10623 Berlin


+49 (30) 25 40 02-0


+49 (30) 25 40 02-10



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Free entrance


© Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung
Grafik mit Würfeln und roten und blauen Buchstaben im Raum

Norm and Form

Design for everyone?


© Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

How inclusive is inclusion?

Discussion on fashion, working conditions and equal opportunity

Videostream, Lecture, talk

© Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Who fits the norm?

Discussion with the project organisers

Videostream, Lecture, talk

Digital Service


Free entrance


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