OODA and Guedes Decampos designed New Bavarian History Museum located in Regensburg, Germany. More images and description after the break.
About the Project:
The concrete structure features a series of rectangular volumes placed parallel to the river's edge whose faceted rooftops echo the jagged peaks of the german alps and act as light scoops indirectly illuminating the exhibition spaces from above. Three floors above ground contain the primary public areas: the ground level is reserved for a large foyer/event space, cafe, showroom, and entrance; the middle level contains the permanent and temporary exhibitions in addition to the bavariathek and educational spaces, and the top floor with tall canopy sections houses a permanent exhibition divided by an orthogonally winding middle partition delineating smaller rooms. Technical rooms and mechanical functions are allocated to the two floors below ground, kept out of acoustic and visual detection from the rest of the museum.
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