Programme

While our museum is being renovated and extended, we welcome you at the temporary bauhaus-archiv, our project venue in Berlin's Charlottenburg district, Knesebeckstraße 1-2.

You can also discover the Bauhaus from home with our digital content!

Learning Bauhaus

Learning Bauhaus

Learning Bauhaus

Practice, Research and Experimentation at the future Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

21.08.-27.11.2021

Bauhaus Infinity Archive

From 20 January 2022 at the temporary bauhaus-archiv

Talkshop Museum

What will the museum of the future look like?

The Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung is being renovated and expanded with a new museum building. In the Talkshop Museum series, we explore questions in connection with our future museum and discuss them with guests and audiences at the temporary bauhaus-archiv as ...

Logo of the Triennal of Modernism

Living. Work. Live.

Festival of modern architecture

bauhaus_werkstatt @ Juliane Bethge

bauhaus_werkstatt @ Juliane Bethge

bauhaus_lab

Photography, Drawing, Tattoos

About Bauhaus - der Podcast des Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

About Bauhaus - der Podcast des Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

About Bauhaus

A Podcast by the Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung

Photo © Catrin Schmitt

Photo © Catrin Schmitt

bauhaus_tours

Discover Berlin's modernist architecture!

bauhaus_worksheet © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin / Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheet © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin / Julia Marquardt

bauhaus_worksheets

Get creative!

Bauhaus Yoga © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

Bauhaus Yoga © Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin

bauhaus yoga

Live at the temporary bauhaus-archiv

Visual "Museum from home", Rendering of the new museum building © Staab Architekten

Rendering new museum building © Staab Architekten

Discover the Bauhaus from home

Videos, worksheets, podcasts and more

STUDIO BAUHAUS, VIENNA – Friedl Dicker and Franz Singer

24 November 2022 to 26 March 2023 at the Vienna museum MUSA

Cupboards that conceal stackable armchairs, pedestals that become beds, strictly geometric forms and bold colors: the joint studio of Friedl Dicker (1898-1944) and Franz Singer (1896-1954) stood for these kinds of surprising and innovative designs in interwar Vienna. Grounded ...