Jenisch Haus

Weisser Saal / Foto: Motivgeber
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Voght-Jenisch-Zimmer / Foto: Motivgeber
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Elbsalon mit Empire Möbeln im Erdgeschoss / Foto: Motivgeber
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Biedermeier Zimmer / Foto: Motivgeber
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Englisches Zimmer / Foto: Motivgeber
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Schlafzimmer von 1860 / Foto: Motivgeber
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Salon von 1875 im Obergeschoss / Foto: Motivgeber
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Das Klopstock Zimmer / Foto: Motivgeber
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Jenisch Haus / Foto: Motivgeber
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The Jenisch house, built between the years 1831 and 1834, is a typical representative of late classicist architecture. Due to its almost square floor plan and its only graphically differentiated walls, the building appears sublimely plain. On the first floor, a balcony is supported by four Doric sandstone pillars. The filigree of the gold-plated cast iron balustrade decorates windows and balcony. After repairing the destructions of war, the house was re-opened in 1955 as museum of home decor. As the original furniture was not preserved, a compromise was created: The spacious representative rooms on the ground floor are decorated in Classical and Biedermeier-style, partly with artefacts from Jenisch's possession. The 14 rooms on the two other levels display furniture from the late Renaissance to Art Nouveau.

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Adress
Baron-Voght-Str. 50
22609 Hamburg
Contact
Jenisch Haus - Museum für Kunst und Kultur an der Elbe
Ansprechpartner Dirk Juretzki


Local contact
Dirk Juretzki
Phone 040/ 82 87 90 oder 0175-688 58 86
Public authorities
Bezirksamt Hamburg Altona, Dezernat für Wirtschaft, Bauen und Umwelt
Servicezentrum, Sondernutzungszentrale
Jessenstraße 1-3
22765 Hamburg
Phone 040-428 11 62 - 33 / -34
040-428 11 62-39
Polizeikommissariat 26
Straßenverkehrsbehörde
Blomkamp 23
22549 Hamburg
Phone 040-428 65 26 -21/ -22/ -23
040-428 65 26 39