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Frizz23 Building / Deadline

16:00 - 10 September, 2019
Frizz23 Building / Deadline, © Jan Bitter
© Jan Bitter

© Jan Bitter © Ana Santl © Jan Bitter © Ana Santl + 14

  • Architects

  • Location

    Friedrichsstraße 23, 23a, 23b, 10969 Berlin, Germany
  • Category

  • Lead Architects

    Britta Jürgens, Matthew Griffin
  • Area

    9324.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2018
  • Photographs

A28 House / SEHW Architektur

17:00 - 15 August, 2019
A28 House / SEHW Architektur, © Philipp Obkircher
© Philipp Obkircher

© Philipp Obkircher © Philipp Obkircher © Philipp Obkircher © Philipp Obkircher + 22

"Original Bauhaus" - The Centenary Exhibition

13:36 - 31 July, 2019
"Original Bauhaus" - The Centenary Exhibition, Poster "original bauhaus", T. Lux Feininger, Jump over the Bauhaus, 1927. © Estate of T. Lux Feininger / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin
Poster "original bauhaus", T. Lux Feininger, Jump over the Bauhaus, 1927. © Estate of T. Lux Feininger / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

Marking the centenary of the Bauhaus’s founding, the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung’s exhibition at the Berlinische Galerie is presenting famous, familiar and forgotten Bauhaus originals and recounting the history behind the objects: Who is the woman sitting on the tubular-steel chair? Does the Haus am Horn have a secret twin? Why have the tea infusers which were created as prototypes for industrial production always remained one-of-a-kind pieces? The exhibition sheds light on how unique work and series, remake and original are inseparably linked in the history of the Bauhaus. Around 1,000 Bauhaus originals from the Bauhaus-Archiv’s collection will be on display,

:mlzd - InsideOutside

13:49 - 15 July, 2019
:mlzd - InsideOutside, :mlzd: InsideOutside
:mlzd: InsideOutside

Public space is under pressure – commercialized for economic interests, abused as a playground for event culture, and maneuvered into insignificance through private acts of self-staging. Is its original function as a forum for public life coming to an end? At the same time, there are ever more standards, regulations, and requirements designed to guarantee safety and functionality. Does this reduce the creative possibilities for new architecture to react to the specifics of the location? If so, how are buildings being affected by these processes?

The exhibition “InnenAussen” (InsideOutside) by :mlzd searches for answers to these questions. Their installa-tion, based on

Zalando Headquarters / HENN + Kinzo

12:00 - 11 July, 2019
Zalando Headquarters / HENN + Kinzo , © HGEsch Photography
© HGEsch Photography

© HGEsch Photography © HGEsch Photography © HGEsch Photography © HGEsch Photography + 60

The Urban Dentist / studio karhard

06:00 - 12 June, 2019
The Urban Dentist / studio karhard, © Stefan Wolf Lucks
© Stefan Wolf Lucks

© Stefan Wolf Lucks © Stefan Wolf Lucks © Stefan Wolf Lucks © Stefan Wolf Lucks + 16

Impact Hub Berlin Office Interiors / LXSY Architekten

12:00 - 7 June, 2019
Impact Hub Berlin Office Interiors / LXSY Architekten, © Anne Deppe
© Anne Deppe

© Anne Deppe © Anne Deppe © Anne Deppe © Anne Deppe + 19

Lindower 22 Ateliers and Galleries / Heim Balp Architekten

13:00 - 2 June, 2019
Lindower 22 Ateliers and Galleries / Heim Balp Architekten, © Nick Ash
© Nick Ash

© Nick Ash © Nick Ash © Andrea Garzotto © Andrea Garzotto + 39

  • Architects

  • Location

    Lindower Str. 22, 13347 Berlin, Germany
  • Category

  • Completion Year

    2018 (first phase Haus A and Haus C) 2021 (second phase Haus D and Haus B)
  • Lead Architects

    Heim Balp Architekten and Asastudio
  • Area

    11000.0 m2
  • Photographs

Michelberger Hotel / Jonathan Tuckey Design

01:00 - 21 May, 2019
Michelberger Hotel / Jonathan Tuckey Design, © Philip Obkircher
© Philip Obkircher

© Philip Obkircher © Philip Obkircher © Philip Obkircher © Philip Obkircher + 16

Mies van der Rohe House in Berlin celebrates 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with four themed exhibitions

10:30 - 7 May, 2019
Mies van der Rohe House in Berlin celebrates 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus with four themed exhibitions

The Landhaus Lemke is a private residence designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1932, while he was working as the director of the Bauhaus. Completed one year later, the Mies van der Rohe House is filled with rich history and is focused today on organizing exhibitions by contemporary international artists in dialogue to the architecture of the house.

Scenic Garden IGA Berlin / Hanzaki Paisagismo

16:00 - 15 April, 2019
Scenic Garden IGA Berlin / Hanzaki Paisagismo, © Yuri Seródio
© Yuri Seródio

© Yuri Seródio © Yuri Seródio © Yuri Seródio © Yuri Seródio + 25

Kantini in Bikini Berlin / Studio Aisslinger

01:00 - 18 March, 2019
Kantini in Bikini Berlin / Studio Aisslinger, © Patricia Parinejad
© Patricia Parinejad

© Patricia Parinejad © Patricia Parinejad © Patricia Parinejad © Patricia Parinejad + 16

Bikini Berlin / UAU Collectiv

02:00 - 14 March, 2019
Courtesy of UAU Collectiv
Courtesy of UAU Collectiv

Courtesy of UAU Collectiv Courtesy of UAU Collectiv Courtesy of UAU Collectiv Courtesy of UAU Collectiv + 20

Reimagining the Region

12:34 - 7 March, 2019
Reimagining the Region

A symposium on the occasion of the exhibition opening Two Sides of the Border: Reimagining the Mexico–United States Region by Tatiana Bilbao and Nile Greenberg at Aedes Architecture Forum

Ernst Busch University of Performing Arts / O&O Baukunst

02:00 - 27 February, 2019
Ernst Busch University of Performing Arts / O&O Baukunst, © schnepp renou
© schnepp renou

© Horst Stasny © schnepp renou © schnepp renou © Horst Stasny + 25

AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk

12:00 - 23 February, 2019
AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk

AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk AD Classics: AD Classics: The Kreuzberg Tower / John Hejduk + 10

  • Architects

  • Location

    Berlin, Germany
  • Category

  • Architect

    John Hejduk
  • References

    architectureinberlin, The Architect's Newspaper, A|N Blog
  • Project Year

    1988

Extrovert Interior: Publicness and the Contemporary Museum

03:30 - 31 January, 2019
Extrovert Interior: Publicness and the Contemporary Museum

A collaboration between ANCB and the Centre for the Future of Places at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

Date: Saturday, 26 January 2019, 12-5 pm
Place: ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, Christinenstr. 18 – 19, 10119 Berlin.

n the past decade, we have witnessed a radical expansion of the space, remit, and role of the museum as a public institution. This has taken the form of an increasing shift from public space to public programme, from the spatial organisation of artefacts to the temporal organisation of events that places the museum’s activities solidly in line with the production of discourse, atmospheres, experiences,

Hans Poelzig. Projects for Berlin

03:30 - 30 January, 2019
Hans Poelzig. Projects for Berlin , High-rise building at the railway station Friedrichstraße, Berlin-Mitte  Perspective view  1921 Charcoal on tracing paper  109,9 x 77,5 cm
High-rise building at the railway station Friedrichstraße, Berlin-Mitte Perspective view 1921 Charcoal on tracing paper 109,9 x 77,5 cm

With this exhibition of drawings by Hans Poelzig, the Museum for Architectural Drawing in cooperation with the Architecture Museum of the Technical University Berlin present the work of an architect who, with Walter Gropius, Bruno Taut, Mies van der Rohe and Peter Behrens, was undoubtedly one of the most important German architects of the first half of the 20th century.
His oeuvre was diverse as his personality was colourful: in parallel with his architecture, he painted and created stage designs and film sets. He was director of the School of Art and Design in Breslau and later taught at the