Peter Birkenholz, Kugelhaus, Projekt Messehotel Leipzig, ca. 1928

Modell, M 1: 100 Gips, 37,0 x 70,0 x 65,0 (H) cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Otto Steidle, Competition Living Quarter (WA5) near Theresienpark, Munich, 2001

Filzstift auf Transparent, farbig, 32 x 66,8 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Egon Eiermann, Sep Ruf, German Pavillon, World Exhibition Brussels, 1958

Fotograf: Georg Pollich Gelatinesilberpapier, 29,9 x 13,8 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Hermann Finsterlin, „Casa Nova“, Serie 5, Blatt 7, Entwurf 1919

Bleistift aquarelliert, 24,0 x 32,6 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Erik Gunnar Asplund, Pavillon for the Stockholm Exhibition, 1930

Feder, Gouache, 24,5 x 42,7 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Theodor Fischer, Garnisonskirche Ulm, 1906

Feder, aquarelliert, 39,2 x 29,1 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Gustav Gsaenger, Wettbewerb Theatre of the 4.000, Charkow 1930

Kohle, Kreide auf Transparentpapier, 99,0 x 162,5 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Angelo Mangiarotti, Exhibtion Pavillion for Fiera del Mare, Genua, 1963

Pastellkreiden, 33,0 x 68,0 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

Benthem Crouwel, Architects Home Benthem, Almere (Niederlande), 1983

Digitaldruck, farbig, 85,0 x 118,8 cm Architekturmuseum der TU München

The A.M. owns the biggest research archive for architecture in Germany. Due to the bequests of important architects’ estates the collection is continually growing. Including documents from the 16th century  the collection comprises ca. 500.000 drawings and plans of approximately 1000 architects, over 200.000 original photographs as well as numerous models and documents. The main focus of the collection lies on German architecture from the 19th up to the 21st century, including architects such as Balthasar Neumann, Leo von Klenze, Friedrich von Thirsch, Theodor Fischer, Richard Riemerschmid, Le Corbusier and Peter Zumthor. The holdings are mostly digitized and can be accessed through a database (digitam).

The archive is located at TU München, Room 0340, and in an off-site storage at Marsstraße 20.

+++ Due to our move the archive of the Architekturmuseum will be closed to all visitors between September 11 and October 15, 2017+++

Contact: archiv (at)