In 2020 Studio Manuel Raeder developed a guidance system, a display for books and ephemera, an inflatable tent for the Klosterruine Berlin. Within the frame of this project, Studio Manuel Raeder also designed four zines documenting and continuing a series of four exhibitions by Anna M. Szaflarski, Simone Fattal, Josè Montealegre, and Yoshie Sugito curated by Christopher Weickenmeier that took place at Klosterruine Berlin in 2021.
The Franziskaner-Klosterkirche was a church in the Mitte district of Berlin, founded in 1250. Its ruins were restored again in 2003-2004 and are now managed by Bezirksamt Mitte used for exhibitions, performances, and concerts.
The signage and guidance elements designed by Studio Manuel Raeder are made of stone and powder coating steel providing solidity and protection against extreme weather. A further element developed by Studio Manuel Raeder is an inflatable pavilion to cover the events and exhibitions in a semi-open space of Klosterruine from rain.