Architecture museum of the Technical University of Berlin
The architecture museum was founded in 1885/86 by the architect and design professor Julius Carl Raschdorff at the Technical University of Berlin and is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in Europe. After various organizational changes and corresponding renaming (1932: "Architektur-Archiv der TH Berlin", 1946: "Plansammlung der Architekturfakultät", 1972: "Plansammlung der Universitätsbibliothek der Technische Universität Berlin"), the facility has been called "Architekturmuseum" again since 2006 . Since the same time, exhibitions have been shown again on a regular basis.
- 19th and early 20th century architecture
- Historical photographs
- Former holdings of the Berlin Architects' Association
- Larger individual and partial estates:
Gustav Allinger (1891–1974), Erwin Albert Barth (1880–1933), Erich Blunck (1872–1950), Karl Böttcher (1904–1992), Carl von Diebitsch (1819–1869), Gerhard Graubner (1899–1970), Herta Hammerbacher (1900–1985), Hermann Jansen (1869–1945), Otto Kohtz (1880–1956), Paul Lehmgrübner (1855–1916), Carl Johann Lüdecke (1826–1894), Werner March ( 1894–1976), Hermann Mattern (1902–1971), Alfred Messel (1853–1909), Karl Wilhelm Ochs (1896–1988), Helmut Ollk (1911–1979), Hans Poelzig (1869–1936), Martin Punitzer (1889 –1949), Ernst Sagebiel (1892–1970), Paul Schwebes (1902–1978), Hans Simon (architect) (1909–1982).
- 2005: New old
- 2006: Schinkel buildings in Berlin and Potsdam
- 2006: State architecture of the Weimar Republic
- 2007: Werner Issel architect. Industrial buildings 1906-1966
- 2007: Jörn-Peter Schmidt-Thomsen: Favorite projects from teaching and practice
- 2007: Carl Heinrich Eduard Knoblauch (1801-1862)
- 2008: Happy redesign
- 2008: constructions and disasters
- 2009: David Gilly
- 2009: Alfred Messel. Visionary of the big city (together with the art library), Kulturforum, Berlin
- 2010: Alfred Messel presently
- 2010: HOME RUN
- 2010: Next to Schinkel. The "Building Executions of the Prussian State"
- 2010: City Visions 1910 | 2010
- 2011: Architectural images. 125 years of the Architekturmuseum , model room of the Bauakademie, Berlin
- 2011: The Productive City - Carrot City
- 2012: upstairs, downstairs. Stairs in architectural photography from the 19th century to the present day
- 2012: Modern Ghost Towns
- 2012: Balnea. Architectural history of the bathroom , model room of the Bauakademie, Berlin
- 2012: waldsteinwasserbuildings
- 2013: Duktus - possibilities of expression in architectural drawing
- 2014: Measure - Draw - Understand
- 2014: this is modern (together with the Deutscher Werkbund Berlin), Palazzo Ca'tron, Venice
- 2014: Imre Makovecz - drawings
- 2014: Bruno Taut. Photos by Carsten Krohn
- 2015: George Matei Cantacuzino. A hybrid modern
- 2015: Hansjörg Schneider: KRONOS
- 2015: Museum visions , model room of the Bauakademie, Berlin
- 2015: The Berlin Project - Dragoon area
- 2016: Modern Slovak architecture
- 2016: Harry Seidler: painting toward architecture
- 2016: Kaunas Interwar Architecture
- 2016: OM Ungers: First houses
- 2016: The old new. Photographs by Winfried Bullinger
- 2017: New Jerusalem. Erwin Gutkind and New Building in Berlin
- 2017: Schinkel rises from his shrine. The ZEIT competition for the 1995 Building Academy
- 2017: A Fashionable Style. Carl von Diebitsch and the Moorish Revival
- 2017: Two German Architectures 1949–1989
- 2018: Artifacts of Design and Their Knowledge Practices
- 2018: Weimar. Model city of modernity?
- 2018: OM Ungers: Programmatic Projects
- 2019: Egon Hartmann 1919-2009. Architect and urban planner in East and West
- 2019/2020: Experimental diagramming. Between Spatial Figuration and Abstraction
The collection has been digitally recorded since 2002. In January 2020, 145,876 of the approximately 180,000 objects were recorded digitally and can also be researched online. With a few exceptions, a digitized version of the original can be viewed online. Digital copies of works in the public domain can be downloaded without restrictions. The holdings of the Architekturmuseum can also be researched via the Europeana and the Deutsche Fotothek .
- Architecture museum of the TU Berlin
- Entry in the Berlin State Monument List: Institute for Architecture
- Building on paper (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 5, 2011)
- Sample with value (Der Tagesspiegel, August 31, 2011)
- Past and current exhibitions
- Museum - archive - collection - museum. Retrieved November 23, 2019 .
- Our holdings. Retrieved November 23, 2019 .
- architekturmuseum.ub.tu-berlin.de: Research in our database!