The House of Futures opened its doors on September 5th in Berlin, Germany. Better known as Futurium, the establishment is multi-experiential and, needless to say, future-facing. The exhibitions place particular focus on innovation and envision what key industries, like architecture and design, will look like moving forward. For example, the inaugural exhibit at the House of Futures is titled ‘Human Beings, Nature, Technology’ and it explores internal and external relationships between the three as they struggle to find balance in a rapidly evolving world.
Futurium also offers an immersive experience with its Labs. Guests are encouraged to partake. These Labs explore a variety of topics, including the ‘Future of Architecture,’ Bio-Design, and Artificial Intelligence. Moreover, the House of Futures further extends with educational opportunities through workshops, guided tours, a ‘Future Box,’ and curated offerings for families and schools.
Photo Credits: David von Becker, Futurium