It adds meaning to the social and cultural context of a town.
A new Public Space is materialised in a central square/patio where art feels comfortable and blurs the borders between private and public spheres, leisure and work, art, and life.
Design is driven by the challenges of its unique setting. It shows the typological variations - new buildings are placed above the existing one – underlining the architectonical memory of a given period and the new addition, without damaging or subverting the spatial and constructive structures of the whole.
The museum combines two separated forms: 3 floors of historical pieces and a permanent exhibition connected to the second spiral form halls that contain temporary part for modern art. These two masses are connected with the underground basement.