Sammlung TUM Archiv Peter Birkenholz Kugelholz Projekt Messehotel Leipzig 1928
Peter Birkenholz
Kugelhaus, Project Messehotel Leipzig, 1928
Sammlung TUM Archiv Theodor Fischer Garnisonskirche Ulm 1906
Theodor Fischer
Garnisonskirche Ulm 1906
Sammlung TUM Archiv Egon Eiermann Sep Ruf Deutscher Pavillon Weltausstellung Bruessel 1958
Egon Eiermann, Sep Ruf
German Pavilion, Worlds Fair in Brussel 1958
Sammlung TUM Archiv Hermann Finsterlin Casa Nova Serie 5 Blatt 7 Entwurf 1919
Hermann Finsterlin
Casa Nova, series 5 sheet 7, Design 1919
Sammlung TUM Archiv Benthem Crouwel Architekten Wohnhaus Benthem Almere Niederlande 1983
Benthem Crouwel Architekten
Architects home Benthem, Almere Netherlands 1983
Sammlung TUM Archiv Erik Gunnar Asplund Pavillon Stockholmer Ausstellung 1930
Erik Gunnar Asplund
Pavilion for the Stockholm Exhibition, 1930

Highlights from the collection

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.
Contact: archiv@architekturmuseum.de

Africa Library

Chimurenga Library

The 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.

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