Bröhan-Museum@Living Berlin
Showcase exhibition on the occasion of the Berlin Design Week

Parallel to the exhibition “Braun 100” in the Bröhan-Museum, the museum in Living Berlin (formerly stilwerk) is showing a shop window exhibition on “Braun 100”. With this format in Berlin’s urban space, the museum wants to break new ground and bring the exhibition to the people in the city – pandemic-compliant, barrier-free, free of charge. At the same time, the showcase exhibition is intended to whet people’s appetites for a visit to the Bröhan Museum.

More than any other company in post-war Germany, Braun stands for a new aesthetic beginning. The company’s history reveals both the economic developments of the 20th century and authoritative trends in German design. The showcase exhibition at Living Berlin features historic Braun objects such as television and radio sets, music chests, film projectors and kitchen appliances by designers such as Dieter Rams, Fritz Eichler, Herbert Hirche and others.