Out of the Display Case:
Franz Ehrlich

// Object Talk
Thu, 17 Nov 2022, 6 pm
Bauhaus Museum Dessau
Open Stage

Between 1956 and 1957, the building of the Institute for Cortico-Visceral Pathology and Therapy, also known as sleep therapy, was constructed in Berlin-Buch in close consultation with the former founder and director Rudolf Baumann. Along with the radio building Nalepastraße, it is one of Franz Ehrlich’s major works. The building complex received attention and recognition because of its modern design, functionality and high technical equipment. On the occasion of the current Intermezzo, Sylvia Ziegner (Bauhaus Dessau Foundation) looks at the special features of the building, its history up to the present day and the criticism of Franz Ehrlich’s work.