In Berlin’s government district, directly across from the Spreebogen, the Futurium – House for the Future is located and planned to be used for events and exhibits. With its slightly asymmetrical building complex, the concept designed by local architects Richter Musikowski mirrors its name. The striking facade consists of several thousand octothorpely aligned pan elements with metal reflectors and ceramic printed glass. An architectural masterpiece was achieved with two 28 meters wide panoramic windows. Its static was achieved with the help of steel and concrete elements. The exhibition area inside covers about 3,200 square meters that are divided by a permanent collection and a smaller area of 600 square meters for special exhibits.
Nice view: The skywalk on the roof offers a wide view onto the Spreebogen and chancellery
Saint-Gobain, GTF Freese, Durlum, Mosa, Brichta