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the temporary bauhaus-archiv
Bauhaus-Archiv / Konrad Langer
Display window of the temporary bauhaus-archiv
the temporary bauhaus-archiv
Bauhaus-Archiv / Konrad Langer
Ansicht des the temporary bauhaus-archiv am Ernst-Reuter-Platz.
The temporary bauhaus-archiv from the inside
© Konrad Langer
The temporary bauhaus-archiv from the inside
Bauhaus Archiv / Konrad Langer
the temporary bauhaus-archiv
Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv, Catrin Schmitt
Interactive exhibition "The Bauhaus Was a School"
Foto: Bauhaus-Archiv, Doro Tuch
Interactive exhibition "The Bauhaus Was a School"
Talkshop Museum at the temporary bauhaus-archiv
© BHA, Foto: Catrin Schmitt
Talk #1 in the Talkshop Museum series at the temporary bauhaus-archiv
The Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung on Klingelhöferstraße
© Bauhaus-Archiv / Karsten Hintz

The Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design houses the world's largest collection on the history of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the most important school of architecture, design and art of the 20th century. Currently, the iconic building designed by Walter Gropius in Klingelhöferstraße is being reconstructed and extended by a new building.

While the Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design is being renovated and extended, the temporary bauhaus archive in Berlin-Charlottenburg is open to visitors. A changing programme deals with the collection of the Bauhaus Archive as well as with current questions on design, architecture and society. Here, the Bauhaus Archive also discusses topics on the way to the new museum and seeks exchange with guests and the public. The temporary is a project space in which, for technical reasons, no collection originals can be shown. Until the museum reopens, the bauhaus shop can also be found in the temporary.

Opening hours,

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

Location,

Knesebeckstraße 1, 10623 Berlin

Telephone,

+49 (30) 25 40 02-0

Fax,

+49 (30) 25 40 02-10

Website,

www.bauhaus.de

Email,

[javascript protected email address]

Prices,

Free entrance

Exhibitions

Bauhaus Infinity Archive
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung
Bauhaus Infinity Archive

Bauhaus Infinity Archive

© Catrin Schmitt

the bauhaus view

The Construction Site Info Center of the Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design

Illustration: Tilo Schneider

design (hi)stories

Contemporary design meets the Bauhaus

Otti Berger at her work table, photo unknown, around 1931
© Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin
Otti Berger at her work table, photo unknown, around 1931 © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

Otti Berger. Weaving for modernist architecture

An installation by judith Raum

Events

© Verena Cremer

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

bauhaus_lab: Line and surface in motion

Workshop

© Fiona Hirschmann

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Siemensstadt ring estate

In cooperation with Ticket B - Experience Architecture

Guided Tour

© Fiona Hirschmann

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Bauhaus-Archiv und Kulturforum

In Kooperation mit Ticket B - Architektur erleben

Guided Tour

Katja Stelz mit Stoffen von Otti Berger, Foto: Judith Raum 2023

Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Lunch tour

Curator's tour through the current exhibition

Guided Tour

Digital

Tickets

Free entrance

Services

  • Museum Shop

Accessibility

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Audioguides

Nearby

Museum für Fotografie, Jebensstraße 2, Berlin-Charlottenburg
© Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Stefan Müller
Museum für Fotografie, Jebensstraße 2, Berlin-Charlottenburg © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Stefan Müller

Photography Museum

Museum für Fotografie / Helmut-Newton-Stiftung

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

C/O Berlin at Amerika Haus 2015
© David von Becker
C/O Berlin at Amerika Haus 2015

Exhibition house

C/O Berlin

KPM Berlin, alte Ofenhalle, heute Ausstellungs- und Verkaufsräume
© KPM Welt
KPM Berlin, alte Ofenhalle, heute Ausstellungs- und Verkaufsräume

Private collection

Royal Porcelain Factory (KPM)

KPM WORLD

©Marie Konrad

Museum

Polyrama

Museum for Life Stories

Ceramics-Museum Berlin
DWJ Schwarzer / KMB

Private collection

Ceramics Museum Berlin

Wandanlage 1967 bestehend aus L 450 Flachlautsprecher, 1965 / TG 502 Tonbandgerät, 1967 / TS 45 Steuergerät, 1964. D. Rams
Foto: R. Hoffmann
Wandanlage 1967 bestehend aus L 450 Flachlautsprecher, 1965 / TG 502 Tonbandgerät, 1967 / TS 45 Steuergerät, 1964. D. Rams. Foto: R. Hoffmann

Design Museum

Braun-Sammlung Ettel

Design Museum

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