Your visit


The seventh edition of BERLIN DESIGN WEEK will be held from 27 April to 5 May 2024 and offers a comprehensive programme of exhibitions, talks, presentations and more. We invite you to discover our diverse programme and we look forward to seeing you there.


The BERLIN DESIGN WEEK program extends across the entire city. Our main location this year is the Peter Behrens Building in Oberschöneweide. To make your visit to the festival as rewarding as possible, we have compiled all of the most important information for you on this page: from ticket sales and accessibility for persons with limited mobility all the way to our shuttle service

Tickets and opening times

You don’t need a ticket to attend BERLIN DESIGN WEEK; however, you may need to register in advance or purchase a ticket for certain talks, tours or workshops. You can find information about individual registration requirements and options in our programme next to each event.

While some events are held throughout the day for the entire duration of BERLIN DESIGN WEEK, other events are only open for a short period of time. You can find information about the opening time and durations of all events in the programme.

Opening hours of our program center in the Peter Behrens Building:

Peter Behrens Building

Ostendstraße 1-4

12459 Berlin

27.04. 11:00 – 20:00

28.04. 11:00 – 20:00

29.04. 14:00 – 20:00

30.04. 14:00 – 20:00

01.05. 11:00 – 20:00

02.05. 14:00 – 20:00

03.05. 14:00 – 20:00

04.05. 11:00 – 20:00

05.05. 11:00 – 20:00

Programme and digital map

All events are listed in our program overview and can be filtered by date, event type and design field.

Our MAP helps you find your way around the city.

Transport and mobility

The main location of BERLIN DESIGN WEEK 2024 is the Peter Behrens Building in Oberschöneweide.

Our mobility partner, Polestar, will be on the road with several vehicles and will regularly drive from the Polestar Space at Hackescher Markt and a Polestar station at Leipziger Platz in Berlin-Mitte to our central location. Visitors can use the shuttle service free of charge or even drive the Polestar 2 themselves.

Furthermore, you can also take public transport (BVG and S-Bahn) to the Peter Behrens Building along with all other participating locations in and near Berlin’s city centre.

Accessibility for persons with limited mobility

You can find details on accessibility alongside the entries for the locations in our programme. In our program center on Behrensufer, you can use the elevator with a stroller or wheelchair. There is a barrier-free toilet on site. A barrier-free toilet is available on site.


If you have any further questions about the programme or BERLIN DESIGN WEEK that were not addressed above, please e-mail us at

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Polestar Shuttle Stations