New Urban Spaces
The Humboldt Forum creates new urban spaces in and around itself
Between the Brandenburger Tor and Alexanderplatz, in close proximity to the Museumsinsel, Humboldt-Universität and the Berliner Dom: the Humboldt Forum closes a gap in the historical and cultural heart of Berlin.
The southern Lustgarten area will be dominated by a large square leading onto the street as well as the contemporary interpretations of the Palace Terraces adjoining the Humboldt Forum facade.
The public space in front of the eastern facade of the Humboldt Forum is divided into two sections: the upper level, known as the Spree Balcony, which connects to the ground floor of the Humboldt Forum, and the Spree Terraces below, situated just above the waterline, which provide an inviting setting for visitors to relax.
Open 24/7 – two courtyards in the Humboldt Forum will be accessible around the clock
Behind its facade, the Humboldt Forum is accessible via six imposing gates and is closely linked with its immediate surroundings, both architecturally and thematically. The spacious Schlüterhof and the Passage represent two new urban squares that are open around the clock.