Art + Architecture

Ber­lin: always on the move!

For tho­se who want to attract atten­ti­on in the inter­na­tio­nal art and cul­tu­re sce­ne, all roads lead to Ber­lin. Germany’s capi­tal boasts a level of inspi­ra­ti­on and diver­si­ty that is vir­tual­ly unpar­al­leled across the glo­be. Its crea­ti­ve ener­gy has an effect on peop­le, encou­ra­ging them to make uni­que con­nec­tions bet­ween see­min­gly dis­pa­ra­te realms and dream up new ide­as. Ber­lin has plenty to offer, inclu­ding:














Berlin’s incredi­ble array of cul­tu­ral activi­ties also con­ti­nues to pro­vi­de the Artprojekt team with new inspi­ra­ti­on for crea­ting extra­or­di­na­ry modern archi­tec­tu­re of supe­ri­or qua­li­ty. Invol­ving con­tem­pora­ry artists from the start of each pro­jects plan­ning pro­cess is one of the inte­gral ele­ments of our group’s own cul­tu­re. This is how we keep our fin­ger on the pul­se of new move­ments, deve­lop­ments, and trends at the thres­hold bet­ween tra­di­ti­on and moder­ni­ty. After all, there’s a rea­son why our name starts with art!


In “Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin”, Artprojekt has put toge­ther an annu­al event for­mat that brings toge­ther con­tem­pora­ry archi­tec­tu­re; the young, expe­ri­men­tal cul­tu­ral sce­ne; and inter­na­tio­nal­ly esta­blished artists.

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  • Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin 2017
  • $100mon­th­ly
  • The Art + Archi­tec­tu­re Wee­kend took place for the fourth time from 28 to 30 April 2017. More than 350 guests accep­ted the invi­ta­ti­on to attend the Art Salon event at Gie­se­brecht­stras­se 20. The event was orga­nis­ed by the Artprojekt con­sor­ti­um and was run in par­al­lel with the Ber­lin Gal­le­ry Wee­kend. Per­so­na­li­ties from the worlds of art, cul­tu­re, archi­tec­tu­re, media and busi­ness were inspi­red by pre­sen­ta­ti­ons by up-and-coming archi­tec­tu­re firm Ate­lier Zafa­ri and by new works by con­tem­pora­ry artists inclu­ding Mar­tin Dam­man, Mar­cel Büh­ler, Ondrej Dre­scher and Chris­ti­an Hoischen.




  • Open Event
  • Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin 2016
  • $100mon­th­ly
  • The orga­ni­sers, initia­tors and mem­bers of the Artprojekt con­sor­ti­um were able to give a very posi­ti­ve review of the Art + Archi­tec­tu­re Wee­kend event which took place from 29 April to 1 May 2016. Pro­mi­nent rep­re­sen­ta­ti­ves from the worlds of art, archi­tec­tu­re, poli­tics and the media, both from Ger­ma­ny and abroad, keen­ly accep­ted the invi­ta­ti­on to come to Ber­lin to dis­cuss cur­rent the­mes, trends and deve­lop­ments in a loca­ti­on whe­re con­tem­pora­ry archi­tec­tu­re, a young and expe­ri­men­tal artis­tic sce­ne, and inter­na­tio­nal­ly acc­lai­med art all con­ver­ge. The Art Salon event drew on the tra­di­ti­ons of the Ber­lin salon cul­tu­re and crea­ted a plat­form that enab­led over 300 guests who eit­her prac­tice or are inte­rested in art and archi­tec­tu­re to meet and exchan­ge infor­ma­ti­on and ide­as.

  • Open Event
  • Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin 2015
  • $100mon­th­ly
  • Our 2015 event once again fea­tured a mix of con­tem­pora­ry archi­tec­tu­re; the young, expe­ri­men­tal cul­tu­ral sce­ne; and artists reco­gni­zed around the world. It focu­sed in par­ti­cu­lar on artis­tic methods of desi­gning attrac­tive con­struc­tion sites and embed­ding them in modern set­tings based on cutting-edge tech­no­lo­gies and app­li­ca­ti­ons. Inspi­red by the salon cul­tu­re of 1920s Ber­lin, many young artists took the oppor­tu­ni­ty to explo­re the sub­ject of dia­log in the con­text of art.



  • Open Event
  • Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin 2014
  • $100mon­th­ly
  • The 2014 edi­ti­on of “Art + Archi­tec­tu­re | Wee­kend Ber­lin” was devo­ted ent­i­re­ly to star archi­tect Sir David Chip­per­field, who­se designs inclu­de the Fig­ge Art Muse­um in Daven­port and the award-winning River and Rowing Muse­um in Henley-on-Thames. In Ber­lin, Chip­per­field has been com­mis­sio­ned to deve­lop a  com­pre­hen­si­ve plan for the Muse­ums­in­sel and the recon­struc­tion of the Neu­es Muse­um. Having alre­ady col­la­bo­ra­ted with this visio­na­ry archi­tect on Palais Varn­ha­gen, this was more than enough rea­son for Artprojekt to give its select audi­ence a clo­ser look at Chipperfield’s work.

  • Open Event


At Artprojekt, remai­ning as clo­se as pos­si­ble to the inter­sec­tion of art and archi­tec­tu­re has always been a key con­cern – not some mere mar­ke­ting tool. A num­ber of pro­jects and artists have grown along with our com­pa­ny and gai­ned inter­na­tio­nal renown, inclu­ding Frank Dornseif, Mar­tha Schwartz, and Chris­ti­an Hoischen.


For 30 years, the spaces the Artprojekt group has crea­ted have hel­ped tel­ling our sto­ry.