Deutsche Guggenheim was located on the ground floor of the Deutsche Bank premises, a sandstone building constructed in 1920. American architect Richard Gluckman designed the 510-square-metre art gallery. Its simple, pure interior is in keeping with other museums designed by Gluckman, such as the Dia Centre for the Arts in New York and The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. A staircase led from the exhibition hall to the Deutsche Guggenheim CAFE and Deutsche Guggenheim SHOP, where visitors had a view of the bank's roofed inner courtyard.
|Deutsche Guggenheim||Phone||+49 (0)30 - 20 20 93 -0|
|Unter den Linden 13/15||Fax||+49 (0)30 - 20 20 93 -20|