Bröhan Museum - Berlin
The Bröhan Museum, named after its founder Karl H. Bröhan who donated his private collection to the city of Berlin on his 60th birthday, is currently located in the former barracks of the historical Charlottenburg Palace. Included in the museum are exhibits of some of the most important designers, artists, and manufacturers from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism periods. Most of the items are arranged in room ensembles, with furnishings, art, carpets and lighting going hand in hand with collections of porcelain, ceramics, and silver and metalwork.
The collection concentrates mainly on French, Belgian, German and Scandinavian Art Nouveau as well as French Art Deco and has an extensive collection of many of the periods most important porcelain, metal and glass manufacturers.
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