Temporary Exhibition Moses Mendelsohn in the Jewish Museum Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin is dedicating a special exhibition to the German philosopher Moses Mendelssohn. We support the designer Jelena Stefanovic from Studio OTW in Amsterdam with the planning and realization. The exhibition was officially opened on April 13th.

Feasibility Study for the City Museum Erlangen

We have teamed up with Thiele Projekt and Stratmann Architektur to develop and create a master plan for the future Erlangen City Museum. Together we are working on the conceptual and content-related orientation of the city museum and the new permanent exhibition. Our definition of the spatial requirements for the museum, which is to be supplemented by a new building, provides the basis for the planned architectural competition.

Crane experience center

A crane experience center will be built at the internationally important breeding and resting area in Kelbra reservoir. The new building invites you to watch the crane migration and over 300 other bird species. There will be an interactive exhibition in the adventure center for everyone interested in water and nature. The project is being developed in collaboration with Richter Musikowski Architects and Grieger Harzer Landscape Architects. @ Richter Musikowski, http://www.richtermusikowski.com/


Presidental Suite in the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg

For the 125th anniversary of the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten in Hamburg, we designed together with Christiane Peters CL-Consulting a new highlight: a presidential suite with “Alster-View” at dizzy heights! Sun, water and the wind are reflected in the design.


Feasibility study for the Forum for Opposition and Resistance

The Forum for Opposition and Resistance (1945 to 1990) is to be dedicated to the courageous opposition figures of the GDR and, as an educational venue, to convey the history of German freedom and democracy to all people. We are developing the concept for the Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft for a place that is encouraging, promotes the exchange of opinions and offers a space for possibilities for action. This place is open to all citizens and invites them to research, discuss and participate.


Fraureuth porcelain special exhibition in Beelitz

A small museum is being built in a historic building in downtown Beelitz, which will be used for temporary exhibitions in the future. The first exhibition will be held in the summer of 2022 and will feature unique pieces from the Fraureuth porcelain factory in Saxony (until 1926).
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Feasibility study for a “Central and Show Depot of Magdeburg Museums”

In close cooperation with four Magdeburg museums, we are developing a feasibility study for a “Central and Show Depot of Magdeburg Museums”, conceptually aligned with the envisioned “Zentrum Industriekultur in Saxony-Anhalt”. The depot is to promote the cooperation of the individual institutions through offers including shared and open workshops as well as event spaces, and to open itself to the public for participatory projects.

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Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Lobby

For the Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg, currently voted the best Grand Hotel in Germany, we designed the new reception hall in close cooperation with Christiane Peters CL-Consulting. Soon, the new, luxurious lobby in a unique location with a view of the Binnenalster will open its doors to welcome the hotel’s guests. 

Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss Special exhibition for children: “Nimm Platz!”

There was a year-long special exhibition for children for the opening of the Humboldt Forum. We were playing a considerable role in its realization.
© Jan Siefke


Dominican Monastery in Prenzlau

This is one of our currently ongoing projects: developing the design concept for the new permanent exhibition of the Dominican Monastery, a listed historical monument in Prenzlau.

23.11.2017 View project

Jewish Museum Berlin | Kindermuseum

A children’s museum (Kindermuseum) has been added to Berlin’s Jewish Museum in 2021 – an interactive experience space following the approach “Hands-on, Minds-on!”