Bröhan Museum

The Bröhan-Museum is an applied arts museum in Berlin. It is located opposite the Schloss Charlottenburg castle, in a former barracks for the officers of the royal guard built between 1851 and 1859 in the neoclassical style. Next to it is a twin building, also a former barracks and now home to the Berggruen Museum, a museum of modern art. The two buildings are now connected by a glass gallery. The museum preserves furniture and furnishings that belonged to Karl Bröhan (1921-2000), ranging from Art Nouveau to Art Deco, to Functionalism, as well as paintings and prints by artists of the German Secession. The collection includes rooms completely furnished with lamps, furniture, porcelain, silverware, carpets. Passionate collector and art lover, Bröhan opened his own private museum as early as 1973. For his sixtieth birthday, he decided to donate his collection to the city of Berlin. The museum opened in its current location in 1983, and was officially recognized as a city museum in 2004.

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Schloßstr. 1a
14059 Berlin


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