Futurium is a House of Futures. Here, everything revolves around the question: how do we want to live? In the exhibition, visitors can discover many possible futures; in the Forum, they can take part in open discussions; and, in the Futurium Lab, they can try out their own ideas.
The Futurium is located in Berlin’s government district between the Reichstag and the main railway station, directly on the Spree. The large panorama windows, which stand for openness and clear, sculptural forms, are already visible from a distance. On the roof of the building, the “Skywalk” offers a view of the Spreebogen and the Chancellery.
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