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ATTENTION: Changed opening hours!

 

On Friday, June 21, 2024, the Mies van der Rohe House will be closed due to an event.

We ask for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you on another day!

WORKSHOP MISCHI

Young people, come to the Mies van der Rohe House!

WORKSHOP MISCHI JULY 5-7, 2024

We are creating a temporary architectural office named after Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Karl Friedrich Schinkel called "MiSchi" for short. Here we build and discuss with renowned architects:

Paul Kahlfeldt (Kahlfeldt Architects)

Jörn Köppler (Köppler Türck Architects)

Miriam Plünnecke (BBR)

Alexander Schwarz (David Chipperfield Architects)

Ursula Steinhilber (SESA Architects)

We visit the Altes Museum and the Friedrichswerdersche Kirche and can also view original drawings by Schinkel in the Kupferstichkabinett. For three days, the Mies van der Rohe House will become a building office for designing bold images for the future. There is capacity for 30 children and young people aged 9 to 16.

WE HAVE STILL A FEW PLACES AVAILABLE! Registration via email!

NEW PUBLICATION

The 10th volume of our publication series is available!

In addition to our current exhibition, the 10th volume of our publication series under the title "Alois Riehl. The first builder of Mies" has been published. It brings together exciting contributions by Fritz Neumeyer, Annette Dorgerloh and Clemens Alexander Wimmer and is available now. Learn more

ALOIS RIEHL. THE FIRST BUILDER OF MIES

Exhibition: 17/03/2024 - 30/06/2024

 

The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Alois Riehl, Mies van der Rohe´s first client, whose 180th birthday falls on April 27, 2024 and whose death will be commemorated for the hundredth time on November 21, 2024. Haus Riehl was built in Potsdam-Neubabelsberg between 1908 and 1909 by Mies as his first work and soon became an important place for intellectual and cultural exchange. The exhibition spans the arc between Riehl´s philosophy and Mies´architectural thinking. On display are reproductions of newly discovered photographs, taken around 1913, which show Riehl´s house and garden in a colorfulness characteristic of the autochrome process. Learn more.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication as part of the Mies van der Rohe Haus publication series. Learn more.