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The Museum of Decorative Arts is the oldest decorative art museum in Germany. Its collection display houses world famous examples of European arts and crafts from the early Middle Ages to the present day as well as outstanding collections of fashion and design.
Those collection and the exhibitions can be seen in 2 different places in Berlin, the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz and in the Köpenick palace on an island on the river Dahme.
In the Baroque palace of Köpenick the Kunstgewerbemuseum presents examples of interior design from the 16th to 18th centuries.
The Kulturforum, which has just reopened in November 2014, features the great accomplishments of European design and the decorative arts spanning the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo periods to Jugendstil and Art Deco. An entire exhibition space is even dedicated to classic design.
Items displayed are in gold, silver, glass, enamel, porcelain, furniture, panelling, tapestry, costumes, and silks.