Peter Birkenholz Kugelhaus, Project Messehotel Leipzig, 1928 Theodor Fischer Garnisonkirche Ulm 1906 Egon Eiermann, Sep Ruf German Pavilion, Worlds Fair in Brussel 1958 Hermann Finsterlin Casa Nova, series 5 sheet 7, Design 1919 Benthem Crouwel Architekten Architects home Benthem, Almere Netherlands 1983 Erik Gunnar Asplund Pavilion for the Stockholm Exhibition, 1930Highlights from the collectionFind our collection in the database (digitam) 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 the Technical University Munich, Arcisstraße 21, Room 0347 (access from Luisenstraße, Entrance VI).Roomfinder: portal.mytum.de/campus/roomfinder/Contact: email@example.comArchive visits: by appointment Documentary by the Architekturmuseum der TUM about the collection, © TUM ProLehre Medien und Didaktik Article about the Architekturmuseum in "Schwaben und Altbayern" from April 8, 2018, © BR Africa LibraryChimurenga LibraryThe Africa library at the Architekturmuseum was created as part of the exhibition African Mobilities and was conceived as the "Chimurenga Library" by Chimurenga, a South African collective.You can access a full list of all publications here.