The Architecture Museum at The Technical University of Munich is a university research museum of architectural history. It offers what is the largest special collection by far of architectural exhibits anywhere in Germany. The museum is located within the Pinakothek der Moderne building.
Architekturmuseum der TUM
Archiv_Ester Vletsos_(c) Architekturmuseum der TUM
View to the archive. ©Ester Vletsos/Architekturmuseum der TUM
Exhibition Neue Heimat, 2018_(c) Myrzik und Jarisch
Exhibition Neue Heimat, 2018. ©Myrzik und Jarisch
Workshop with children for the exhibition Ephemeral Urbanism, 2017 (c) Enrica Ferrucci
Workshop with children for the exhibition Ephemeral Urbanism, 2017. ©Enrica Ferrucci
CollectionFocus: German and international projects of architecture Consists of: architectural drawings, models, photographies and written documents, individual and complete archives Strengths: architectural drawings from the 19th century to the present. Collection accessible through digital database: https://mediatum.ub.tum.de/?id=647610 Drawings can be reproduced. Institution has a conservation laboratory (restoration workshop).
Library HoldingsHoldings: 50,000 volumes on architecture, periodicals.