IM Pei Bau
Deutsches Historisches Museum
If you’re wondering what the Germans have been up to for the past two millennia, take a spin around this engaging museum in the baroque...
Contemporary Fine Arts
In a minimalist building by David Chipperfield, this renowned gallery keep a close watch on emerging artists and already represents such...
This columned, temple-like neoclassical structure (1818) was Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s first important Berlin commission. Originally a...
Artistic director Shermin Langhoff has made the smallest of Berlin’s four state-funded theatres the dedicated home of the so-called...
Cafe im Deutschen Historischen Museum
Even if history leaves you cold, this cafe inside the German Historical Museum is a lovely spot for breakfast, cakes, a snack or a full...
Hinter dem Giesshaus 3 · interesting places nearby
IM Pei Bau information
High-calibre temporary exhibits of the Deutsches Historisches Museum take up a spectacular contemporary annexe designed by Chinese-American architect IM Pei. Fronted by a glass spiral, it’s an uncompromisingly geometrical space, made entirely from triangles, rectangles and circles, yet imbued with a sense of lightness achieved through an airy atrium and generous use of glass.