Bröhan-Museum

Bröhan-Museum

The Brohan Museum is an internationally renowned collector’s museum of Fine Arts. Karl Bröhan’s (1921-2000) furniture and furnishings in the decorative styles ranging from Art Nouveau to Art Deco and functionalism popular from the 1890s to 1939.

Bröhan-Museum

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The décor includes period lamps, porcelain, glass, silver and carpets complete with the furniture, wall paintings and drawings.
The designers include Peter Behrens, Hector Guimard and Emile Ruhlman. Amongst the collection highlights are designer objects originating from the French and Belgian Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles and the more northern German and Scandinavian Jugendstil. Another element not to be missed is the porcelain collection. Paintings of the Berlin Secession by Karl Hagemeister, Willy Jaeckel and Walter Leistikow are also part of the museum's collection.
Address
Schloßstr. 1a
14059 Berlin
Phone
030 32 69 06 00
Internet
www.broehan-museum.de
Opening Hours
Tue-Sun 10-18 (01.01. 12-18)
Open on public holidays except 24. & 31.12. and 25.05.
Admission Fee
8,- Euro, red. 5,- Euro
Guided Tours
by appointment

Quelle: Bröhan-Museum, Bearbeitung: berlin.de

| Last edited: 28. March 2018