- Guided Tour
Guided tour (in German) of the garden and architecture on the Open Monument Day.
The Georg Kolbe Museum was designed by Ernst Rentsch in 1927/28 as an architectural ensemble for the sculptor. It is the only surviving studio building of the 1920s in Berlin. Georg Kolbe envisioned the ideal of an „open-air working space“ for the garden in the middle of his studio house ensemble. The sculptor created a special symbiosis of architecture, nature and sculpture in the interplay of light. Due to the construction of an exhibition, it is not possible to visit the interior.