project 7 - natural history center
The area is called Beutenlay, in the slope property on the Swabian mountains on which a natural history museum should be planned. The charm of this property is, the miraculous view over the Swabian mountains and the place in adjoining nature.
With a minimum requested space program, the building should not seem too big and too mighty, so it was worked with an addition principle in which to themselves the bodies join together and adapt therefore along the height course.
All together it concerns two types of construction bodies, the vertical input body in which itself entrance hall, sanitation, cloakroom and public thoroughfares consider as an interface. And on the other hand the horizontal exhibition spaces and the restaurant which attach themselves along the height lines to the input core. This kind of terraces enables to create a number of levels by a relative low construction height. The exhibition space is explored during walk.