Tempelhof airport, Berlin
Schwesternliebe fashions, Regensburg
Happy Rizzi House, Braunschweig
German Design Awards, Ambiente, Frankfurt
Ozeaneum aquarium, Stralsund
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Berlin
HafenCity, Hamburg
NIDO range of stools by Eva Marguerre, Karlsruhe
Elbe Philharmonic Hall, Hamburg
Michael Sontag, Berlin
VisualLeader 2010, Hamburg
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin
ZKM Centre for Art and Media, Karlsruhe
Coburg Design Festival
Stylepark – the world of design culture, Frankfurt

Creative Germany

Germany has traditionally been known as the 'country of poets and philosophers'. But even now, people in Germany are still setting trends every day, coming up with innovative ideas and pushing the boundaries of art.

There are five main areas of inspiration. Art thrives at a multitude of museums and up-and-coming galleries. Universities and specialist academies produce design in its most innovative form. Fashion of the experimental but wearable kind comes to the fore at internationally established events such as Bread & Butter and the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. And finally we have architecture – for which Germany is a magnet for the very best in the world.

Discover this melting pot of ideas right here on this website and learn how the 'Made in Germany' label has evolved into the 'Created in Germany' brand.