The Mies van der Rohe House has friends and sponsors. They joined together in 1999 to form a non-profit association. The association supports the work of the Mies van der Rohe Haus both ideally and financially. Through the commitment and know-how of its members, the association helps to preserve a living monument. Through their donations and membership fees, they contribute to securing the quality of the Mies van der Rohe Haus, which is recognised far beyond local borders, as an exhibition venue for modern art. Among other things, the Friends of the Mies van der Rohe Haus also make it possible to publish a series of catalogues specially designed for the Mies van der Rohe Haus. Without the support of the association, the Mies van der Rohe Haus would not be what it is today: the unique triad of architecture, fine art and designed nature in the spirit of modernity.
Become a friend and sponsor of the Mies van der Rohe Haus! The association of art and architecture enthusiasts, artists, art historians, architects, collectors, gallery owners, residents and Mies fans is looking forward to welcoming you as a new member.
As a member of the association you will receive invitations to all exhibitions and events of the Mies van der Rohe Haus. We will also send you the latest exhibition catalogue free of charge upon request. Our artists' editions of internationally renowned artists are available to members at preferential prices. Excursions and trips to the theme "Mies van der Rohe and modern architecture" are planned.
The annual fee for membership in the Association of Friends and Sponsors of the Mies van der Rohe House is at least 100 euros and is fully tax deductible. We are pleased about every additional donation for the realization of the goals of our association.
For a more authentic atmosphere, the rooms should be furnished more with real Mies' furniture. The round M 515 side table by Thonet - a re-design to mark the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus - would fit in well with the house and its current use.
Donations on betterplace.
Das ehemalige Landhaus Lemke ist ein Ort der Anregung und Kontemplation zugleich. Hierher kommt man, um zu bleiben. Flüchtiger Kunstgenuss ist anderswo, hier atmet der Großstädter ein wenig durch. Diese Broschüre entsteht, weil wir in unserem Verein an einer guten Perspektive für das Mies van der Rohe Haus arbeiten, die der gewachsenen Bedeutung dieses Ortes in der nationalen und internationalen Kunstszene entspricht.
Dr. Regina Bittner
Deputy Director of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
Dr. Thomas Flierl
Architectural historian, publicist, former Senator for Science, Research and Culture in Berlin
Director of the Berlin Biennale
Dr. Joachim Jäger
Director of the Neue National Galerie - Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Dr. Thomas Köhler
Director of the Berlinische Galerie
Prof. Dr. Sabine Thümmler
Director Museum of Decorative Arts
Prof. Dr. Fritz Neumeyer
Architectural theorist, TU Berlin
Prof. Dr. Benedict Tonon
Prof. Dr. Christina Weiss
Former Minister of Culture and former Chairwoman of the Association of Friends of the Nationalgalerie