Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

27. May 2021, 4.00 – 5.00pm

With Franziska Achatzi (Curatorial Assistant)

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Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

27 May

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

28. May 2021

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

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This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

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POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

28 May

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

29. May 2021

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

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POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

29 May

Façade Design Action [German]

29. May 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm

With Atelier Fanelsa (architectural practice) in cooperation with Gewobag

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Façade Design Action [German]

29 May

Discussion

POSTPONED // A new Pavilion for the Brücke-Museum [German, English]

30. May 2021, 5.00 – 7.00pm

Talk with Mascha Fehse (architect) and Alexander Römer (architect), moderated by Daniela Bystron (curator of outreach, Brücke- Museum)

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This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date. You can find more infomation on wernerduettmann.de

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Discussion

POSTPONED // A new Pavilion for the Brücke-Museum [German, English]

30 May

Façade Design Action [German]

5. June 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm

With Atelier Fanelsa (architectural practice) in cooperation with Gewobag

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Façade Design Action [German]

5 Jun

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

5. June 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

5 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

5. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

5 Jun

Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

5. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm

For children aged five and above and families with Renée and Thomas Rapedius (artists, art educators)

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Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

5 Jun

Façade Design Action [German]

6. June 2021, 11.00am – 5.00pm

With Atelier Fanelsa (architectural practice) in cooperation with Gewobag

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Façade Design Action [German]

6 Jun

Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

6. June 2021, 3.00 – 4.30pm

Users of Düttmann’s buildings talk about their interactions, experiences and memories in conversation with K.I. – Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

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The event will take place in different Düttmann buildings.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

6 Jun

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

6. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

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Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

6 Jun

Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

6. June 2021, 11.30am – 1.00pm

For children aged five and above and families with Renée and Thomas Rapedius (artists, art educators)

... More

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Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

6 Jun

Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

6. June 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm

With Lisa Marei Schmidt (Curator & Director, Brücke-Museum)

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Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

6 Jun

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

6. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

6 Jun

, Discussion

Gurbet artık bir ev (Abroad Is A Home Now) by Pınar Öğrenci [German, English, Turkish]
at Wassertorplatz

8. June 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm

With Pınar Öğrenci (artist), Daniele Karasz (social anthropologist) and Niloufar Tajeri (architect)

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, Discussion

Gurbet artık bir ev (Abroad Is A Home Now) by Pınar Öğrenci [German, English, Turkish]
at Wassertorplatz

8 Jun

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

12. June 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

12 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

12. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

12 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour

12. June 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 34 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour

12 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

13. June 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German Sign Language]

13 Jun

Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

13. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm

For children aged five and above and families with Renée and Thomas Rapedius (artists, art educators)

... More

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Children & Family

Play! Family Workshop

13 Jun

Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

16. June 2021, 4.00 – 5.00pm

With Franziska Achatzi (Curatorial Assistant)

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Guided tour

Curator Tour (Online)

16 Jun

Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

17. June 2021, 3.00 – 4.30pm

Users of Düttmann’s buildings talk about their interactions, experiences and memories in conversation with K.I. – Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

... More

The event will take place in different Düttmann buildings.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

17 Jun

Discussion

Mehringplatz and Hedemannstraße with ARCH+: On Social Housing [German]

18. June 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm

Discussion and tour with Alexander Hoff (architectural historian), Frank Seehausen (architect/art historian) and Niloufar Tajeri (architect/architectural theorist)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

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Discussion

Mehringplatz and Hedemannstraße with ARCH+: On Social Housing [German]

18 Jun

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

19. June 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

19 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

19. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

19 Jun

Spatial Interventions Brücke-Museum, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Hansabücherei

19. June 2021, 12.00 – 4.00pm

with students from weißensee kunsthochschule Berlin, led by Mona Jas (Künstlerin, Kunstvermittlerin/artist, art educator) and Daniela Bystron (curator for outreach, Brücke-Museum)

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The detailed programme will be available here shortly before the event. 

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Spatial Interventions Brücke-Museum, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Hansabücherei

19 Jun

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

20. June 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

... More

Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

20 Jun

Discussion

The Akademie der Künste with ARCH+: On Historic Preservation [German]

23. June 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm

Discussion and tour with Winfried Brenne (architect), moderated by Luise Rellensmann (architectural critic/scholar)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

The Akademie der Künste with ARCH+: On Historic Preservation [German]

23 Jun

Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

24. June 2021, 3.00 – 4.30pm

Users of Düttmann’s buildings talk about their interactions, experiences and memories in conversation with K.I. – Büro für Kunstvermittlung Berlin e.V.

... More

The event will take place in different Düttmann buildings.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

Living Knowledge [German]

24 Jun

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

25. June 2021

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

25 Jun

POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

26. June 2021

How are architecture and the body connected? How does the body react to the built environment? How do I perceive architecture with my senses and my body? In what way does the design of a space alter my movements? Which postures do I adopt, which positions and physical impulses seem inappropriate or impossible? The focus of this workshop is the physical experience of space in Werner Düttmann’s constructions. Choreographic approaches will be developed in dialogue with the architecture. Dance will thus establish a new relationship between the body, movement, and architecture.

... More

This event will be postponed, we will inform you in time about a new date.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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POSTPONED // Architecture in Motion [German, English]
Workshop with Anna Till (dancer)

26 Jun

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

26. June 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Add to iCal or Google Calendar

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

26 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

26. June 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

26 Jun

Guided tour

Public Tour

26. June 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 34 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

... More

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour

26 Jun

Solar Disk – Rooftop, Bar & Music
Party auf der Dachterrasse des Edinburgh House

26. June 2021, 5.00 – 9.00pm

With Caique Tizzi (Artist, Cook) & FRZNTE (DJ, Pole Performer)

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Solar Disk – Rooftop, Bar & Music
Party auf der Dachterrasse des Edinburgh House

26 Jun

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

26. June 2021, 11.00am – 1.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

... More

Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

Add to iCal or Google Calendar

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

26 Jun

Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

27. June 2021, 11.00am – 12.30pm

The two political systems of the Cold War stood side by side in a divided Germany. Both West Berlin and the capital of the young GDR—East Berlin—wanted to define their own identities through this direct juxtaposition. In the battle between socialist and liberal-democratic systems, the reconstruction of Berlin took on a highly politicised character. When the redevelopment of Stalinallee became East Berlin’s flagship project of socialist classicism, West Berlin responded with an international building exhibition in the Hansaviertel, Interbau 57, which was to become a showcase of post-war modernism. The most renowned architects of the time were invited to realise their architectural visions in the Hansaviertel, including Walter Gropius, Alvar Aalto, Egon Eiermann, Oscar Niemeyer and Werner Düttmann, who, in addition to the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts), also designed the Hansabücherei (Hansa Library).

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Meeting point: Hansabücherei, Altonaer Straße 15, 10557 Berlin
Duration: approx. 60 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Contending Architecture: Werner Düttmann and the Hansaviertel
City walk with POLIGONAL

27 Jun

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27. June 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

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Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

27 Jun

Discussion

The "Grey Louse" with ARCH+: On Urban Development [German]

1. July 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm

Discussion and tour with Niklas Fanelsa (architect) and Florian Heilmeyer (architectural journalist/curator)

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This series of events was conceived and organised in cooperation with the magazine ARCH+.

Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Discussion

The "Grey Louse" with ARCH+: On Urban Development [German]

1 Jul

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

3. July 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

3 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

3. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

3 Jul

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

4. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

... More

Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

4 Jul

Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

10. July 2021, 2.00 – 5.00pm

With the construction of the Wall in 1961, which was intended to separate the Eastern and Western sectors, Berlin also became a divided city in terms of urban space. The area around Kurfürstendamm became the centre of walled-in West Berlin and was considered a “symbol of the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle)”. City West thus developed into a new commercial centre around the Zoologischer Garten railway station, with prestigious new buildings that were also to be seen as a symbol of political power vis-à-vis the GDR.

... More

Meeting point: Edinburghhouse, Theodor Heuss Platz 5, 14052 Berlin

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Please note that a valid BVG ticket is needed for this walk. This walk will talk place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Eine neue Mitte: Werner Düttmann und die City [German]
City walk with POLIGONAL

10 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

10. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

10 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour

10. July 2021, 1.00 – 2.00pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 34 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online here on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour

10 Jul

Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

11. July 2021, 2.00 – 4.00pm

During the years in which Werner Düttmann was Senatsbaudirekor (Senate Building Director) of West Berlin (1960–66), two billion marks were spent each year on state-financed construction projects. About half of this sum went to housing construction, which allowed around 20,000 new housing units to be built annually, including in Kreuzberg between Mehringplatz and Kottbusser Tor. Under Düttmann’s direction, dense, urban neighbourhoods of social housing were created, which would become the focus of the urban renewal debate at the Internationale Bauausstellung ’87 (International Building Exhibition ’87; IBA) two decades later, and are now considered socially deprived areas.

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Meeting point: Tower blocks at Mehringplatz, Lindenstraße 112 (at the bus stop), 10969 Berlin
Duration: approx. 90 mins

Please note that this walk will take place in all weather.

Ticket booking is required to attend this event. You can purchase an online ticket on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Social Housing: Werner Düttmann in Kreuzberg
City walk with POLIGONAL

11 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

17. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

17 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

24. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

24 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

31. July 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

31 Jul

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

7. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

7 Aug

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

14. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

14 Aug

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

21. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

21 Aug

Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

28. August 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm

In a tour of the exhibition Werner Düttmann. Building. Berlin, we will introduce Werner Düttmann as an architect and urban planner, artist and art collector. An important role is played by the Brücke-Museum itself as a venue designed for the art of Die Brücke. Selected works from the Expressionist collection will be presented. You will also gain an overview of Düttmann’s entire architectural oeuvre in Berlin, with a particular focus on 27 buildings and squares and their relevant themes such as single-family homes, community buildings, urban planning and social housing.

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Due to the limited number of participants, we kindly ask you to register for this event. You can register online on the exhibition website wernerduettmann.de two weeks before the event.

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Guided tour

Public Tour [German]

28 Aug