At this year‘s Berlin Design Week, MotionLab.Berlin will showcase works by artists and designers from their community. The individual works will be displayed together with the permanent exhibition. The results encompass a variety of topical themes and are manifested in handcrafted works, novel furniture, materials, typologies and manufacturing processes.

Individual exhibition by Anne Angeladottir, the Artelier (Ferdinand Burger, Aiste Kasparavičiūté, Alex Amir Khan), Marizon Bilano, Sophia CheongHye, Ana Beatriz Dantas, Florian Görlitz, Filip Hulik, Konel Berlin (Alice Jones, Kenji Jones), Kollage Kollectiv (Max, Minnie, Pauline), Jules Marfaing, Tamara Palaske Ferradas, Nicholas Perillo, Antoine Richard, Eitan Rieger, Roi B, Isabelle Tellié, Cindy Valdez and Miriam Welz. Additionally, the studios of the Artelier, Konel Berlin, Filip Hulik, Jules Marfaing and Marizon Art + Design are open.

The exhibition space MotionLab.Berlin is a hardtech innovation hub & maker space, which offers exclusive access to high-end machinery for prototyping in combination with office space, coworking and community.

The Hardtech Innovation Hub MotionLab.Berlin is part of this year’s Berlin Design Week – and we are very excited!

And if you’re wondering what hardtech, design and art have in common, you’re not alone. But we want to change this assumption and show you how perfectly these three areas complement each other.
MotionLab.Berlin offers ambitious, status quo questioning artists the opportunity to create goosebump moments and that’s exactly what we want to bring to the outside world! So come along, bring your loved ones and an open mindset and let us surprise you!

IMPORTANT: A negative Corona test, which is not older than 24 hours, is mandatory! Certificate must be shown at the entrance.