Berlin is constantly reinventing itself and developing its own urban proto-types.Discover its creative and inspiring contemporary architecture, new forms of Co-housing projects and hybrid buildings with us! Our highly qualified team of graduated architects, professors, lecturers and specialist authors present you with an exciting and authentic insight into the development of
contemporary architecture in Berlin. Apart from looking at current construction projects and technology, the tours also focus on historical and social aspects. Years of experience
and a far-reaching network of specialists enable us to offer you exclusive access to sites and buildings usually not open to the public. Our clients have been enjoying unique
insights into the many facets of Berlin’s exciting metropolis since 1996.
All tours have been designed for groups and are either conducted as walkabout tours, or by bicycle, bus or boat. They are offered in the following languages (at no extra cost): German, English, French, Spanish and Italian.
Thomas M. Krüger
Thomas M. Krueger, a freelance architect BDA, author, mediator of architecture. Since 1992 teaching at various universities, in 2000, recognition of German Urban Development Prize for a housing project in Berlin. Founder of Ticket B - Guided tours of architects and the international network www.guiding-architects.net. Selected Publications: Architectural Guide Berlin's Museum Island, DOM publishers, Books about UNESCO World Heritage settlements and contemporary architecture in Germany, participation in TV and online productions (Time Online Culture Radio). Since 2017 Thomas is the coordinator for the Baukollegium. the Berlin building council.
Kora Johanns joined Ticket B in 2016 and, in addition to guiding, is specialised in the organisation of tours and travels. While studying architecture at the Bauhaus Universität Weimar she took part in foreign exchange programs to Brussels and the Technical University of Krakow. In 2006 she began working as an architect in Barcelona, focussing on residencial projects. She moved to Berlin in 2010 and has been working for Kaden+Lager Architekten since 2012, an architectural firm specialised in urban timber constructions.
Lisa Seibert grew up in Rome and Luxembourg, has lived in South Africa and Australia and has been with Ticket B since 2017. She organises tours and architectural events, including the Berlin Baukollegium. During her studies at the Technical University of Berlin she spent a semester at the RMIT in Melbourne and took part in student construction projects in Thailand. She began working as an architect in 2010 with a focus on residential projects.
Image creditsImage 3: Tilman Seibert, Image 5: Lidia Tirri, Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Wohnen, Image 6: Lisa Seibert