Welcome to the Museum of Architecture!
Architecture on the »Red Wall«:
The Museum of Architecture's gallery
The Museum of Architecture of the Technische Universität Berlin was founded in 1885 as part of the Technische Hochschule Charlottenburg. It holds a collection of drawings, prints and photographs related to architecture, predominantely by 19th and 20th century Prussian architects. The Museum is one of the oldest institutions of its kind in Europe. Feel free to discover more about our history, explore the Museum's collections and find information on current exhibitions and projects!
By combination of our high-end scan technology and professional large format printing equipment, we are able to offer you original size colour prints of (almost) every object of our collection...
Two additional functions of the site are accessible for registered users: a personal watch list and the access to high-res images in PDF-format for free.
The digitizing within our DFG funded project »Digiplan« has been accomplished: since April 2006, two large-format scanners have been occupied continuously to digitize our collection in supreme resolution and quality. The first phase of the project with a total of 80.000 scans having been terminated in August 2008, we are proud to present to you now some 127328 scans, i. e. more than 90 % of our collection, since the project has been accomplished in April 2009. The rest, including the additions to our collection will follow by and by.
If you'd like to know, how this has been done: we're offering detailed information on the workflow of the project (in German).