The architects Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden originally built the house in the Renaissance style as an arts and crafts museum建築家マルティン・グロピウスとハイノ・シュミーデンがもともと芸術と技術の博物館とし建てたルネサンススタイルの建築物は、1881年に大々的なセレモニーでオープンした。
第一次世界大戦中に「先史と初期史、東アジアの美術コレクションのための博物館(The Museum of Prehistory and Early History and the East Asian Art Collection)」がこの建物の中に移動し、芸術と技術のコレクションはシティ・パレスに移った。



住所:Niederkirchnerstr. 7, 10963 Berlin
TEL:+49 30 25486 236

Translation: Shiori Saito
. It was ceremoniously opened in 1881. The Museum of Prehistory and Early History and the East Asian Art Collection moved into the building after the First World War, while the arts and crafts collection was transferred to the City Palace (Stadtschloss). The building was severely damaged in 1945 during the last weeks of World War II. It wasn’t until 1966 that it was classified as a historical monument. Reconstruction began in 1978 under the direction of the architects Winnetou Kampmann and Ute Weström. The house was named after Martin Gropius, a great uncle of Walter Gropius, who had strongly urged that the museum should be rebuilt.

Since its meticulous restoration in the 1970s the Martin-Gropius-Bau has become one of the most famous and most beautiful exhibition halls in Germany. Many international exhibitions have since found a fitting venue there. Many millions of visitors have seen the exhibitions in the Martin-Gropius-Bau. The house was further restored in 1999/2000 with funding from the federal government. Air-conditioning was installed and the north entrance was redesigned as the main entrance. The architectural office of Hilmer & Sattler & Albrecht was in charge of the reconstruction.

Address: Niederkirchnerstr. 7, 10963 Berlin
Open: 10:00-20:00 (Closed on Tuesday)
Tel: +49 30 25486 236
地址:Niederkirchnerstr. 7, 10963 Berlin
电话:+49 30 25486 236


  • 情報がまだありません。
Recommended Events in berlin
  • No Items
コントワー・デ・コトニエ公式通販サイト | 2016 SUMMER SALE
  • HOMEホーム主页
  • ABOUT運営会社关于
  • ADVERTISE広告掲載広告掲载
  • POLICYポリシー隐私政策
  • CONTACTお問い合わせ联系
  • Site design and development by Rondomark
    Copyright © 1996-2024 Shift Japan. All Rights Reserved.