Accompanying programme

brunch
Jasper Morrison. Thingness (in German)
Sun 30.04. | 11:00
special
Lecture "Den Alltag gestalten" (in German)
Thu 18.05. | 19:00-20:30
family
Up and away – looking all the way to the clouds with paper
family workshop- for children and adults
Sun 18.06. | 11:00-14:00
brunch
Jasper Morrison. Thingness (in German)
Sun 25.06. | 11:00
vacation programme

Lampen und Textilien designen (in German)
Mon 24.07. | 10:00-15:00
vacation programme

Lampen und Textilien designen (in German)
Tue 25.07. | 10:00-15:00
vacation programme

Lampen und Textilien designen (in German)
Wed 26.07. | 10:00-15:00
vacation programme

Lampen und Textilien designen (in German)
Thu 27.07. | 10:00-15:00
vacation programme

Lampen und Textilien designen (in German)
Fri 28.07. | 10:00-15:00
vacation programme
Ein Haus für alle (in German)
Mon 28.08. | 09:00-14:00
vacation programme
Ein Haus für alle (in German)
Tue 29.08. | 09:00-14:00
vacation programme
Ein Haus für alle (in German)
Wed 30.08. | 09:00-14:00
vacation programme
Ein Haus für alle (in German)
Thu 31.08. | 09:00-14:00
vacation programme
Ein Haus für alle (in German)
Fri 01.09. | 09:00-14:00
family
family workshop- for children and adults
Sun 17.09. | 11:00-14:00
barrier-free
Jasper Morrison. Thingness
barrier-free guided tour
Sun 08.10. | 15:00
brunch
Jasper Morrison. Thingness (in German)
Sun 08.10. | 11:00
family
family workshop- for children and adults
Sun 15.10. | 11:00-14:00
Jasper Morrison. Thingness 
22.03.-23.10.2017

With Jasper Morrison. Thingness, the Bauhaus-Archiv in Berlin is showing the English designer’s first retrospective and presenting the extensive body of work he has created over the last 35 years. Morrison’s furniture, cooking utensils, tableware series, lamps, clocks and other everyday objects are defined by an intensive occupation with these objects’ function and use. The central focus is not on form in itself, but on the functionality of the objects, developed on the basis of precise observation. Morrison’s precise attention to the atmosphere of a modern living environment, to historical links, to the production process and to the material leads us to consider central questions of design, like those that already moved the members of the historical Bauhaus.