Facade of the the temporary bauhaus-archiv / museum für gestaltung in Knesebeckstraße in Berlin-Charlottenburg, photo: Catrin Schmittt

The temporary bauhaus-archiv / museum für gestaltung in Berlin-Charlottenburg, photo: Catrin Schmitt

the temporary

The temporary bauhaus-archiv is temporarily closed. We invite you to discover the Bauhaus from home.

The bauhaus-shop is open for shopping by appointment on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays.

While the renovation and expansion of the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung continues, the temporary bauhaus-archiv in Berlin-Charlottenburg remains open to visitors. It features a varied programme that highlights the collection of the Bauhaus-Archiv and addresses contemporary issues of design, architecture and society. In the temporary, we actively engage with our visitors and the public and address topics related to the future tasks and programmes of the new museum. The temporary is a project venue where we cannot, for technical reasons, display any originals from our collection. Until the museum reopens, the bauhaus-shop can also be found at the temporary.

the temporary bauhaus-archiv & bauhaus-shop
Knesebeckstrasse 1-2

Mon–Sat, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sundays and public holidays: closed
Free admission

Information brochure on the temporary (PDF)
Temporary Bauhaus App for iOS and Android

The temporary is situated in the listed landmark Haus Hardenberg, which was built in 1955/1956 by the architect Paul Schwebes and is considered one of the most significant office and commercial buildings of postwar modernism in West-Berlin.

Norm and Form. Design for everyone?

Norm and Form. Design for everyone?

Norm and Form

Design for everyone?