Tag des Handwerks 2018 - 'Day of craft 2018'
Guided tours at werk5
Inhouse Event 'Learning with Bots' 2018
Tech Open Air Festival
Zeichen und Wunder
SAP CeBit 2018
Henning Larsen Architects
Citizen- and Media Center, State Parliament Stuttgart
Chorin Abbey
Overview model
Stiftung Zollverein®
Tactile model for Denkmalpfad ZOLLVEREIN®
FOCUS 2017
Accessibility in museums
Quantum, Engel&Völkers
'Strandhaus by Richard Meier'
Berchtesgadener Landesstiftung, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, ramicsoenario
'The history of the Eagle's Nest'
Panometer Dresden
Museum Judengasse Frankfurt
Museum exhibits
Art+Com, Reifenhäuser
Trade show exhibits, Industrie 4.0
LVR-Archaeological Park Xanten
City model Colonia Ulpia Traiana
q-bus, Deutsche Telekom
Cebit 2016
Gilles Pegel
'Perverted Chirality'
Future Gallery, 9. Berlin Biennale
Jon Rafman 'Iguana/Sloth'
LVR-Industriemuseum, Euskirchen
Interactive, barrier-free orientation model
Stiftung Garnisonskirche Potsdam
Model Reconstruction
Siemens Innotrans 2014
Interactive exhibit
Paris-Saclay, le futur en chantier
David Adjaye
Haus der Kunst, Munich
Serge Ecker
Melusina of Luxembourg
Archbishopric Berlin
St. Hedwig's Cathedral
STRABAG / Langhof / KSP Jürgen Engel
Upper West Berlin
Berlinische Galerie
Tactile paintings, tactile orientation map
Bertron Schwarz Frey
Interactive City Model Regensburg

Welcome to werk5!

For the last 22 years, our team of architects, designers, model makers and CNC specialists has been working internationally in the fields of model-making for architecture, design and art.

Our customers are architects and the real estate industry, designers and advertising agencies, public authorities and industry, as well as artists, galleries and museums.

Our area of expertise covers the development and production of models for presentations or competitions, interactive exhibits, exhibition- and art objects, prototypes and small series.

slideshow: recent projects

>>>Please note: New postal adress due to street renaming!
werk5 GmbH, Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6, 10179 Berlin
>>>We are still in the same place!