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    [post_date] => 2020-04-08 13:48:05
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    [post_content] => carousel[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.2885-15/sh0.08/e35/s640x640/92349285_1150030765333805_5295720544055952328_n.jpg?_nc_ht=scontent.cdninstagram.com&_nc_ohc=9eGqZg-w5TwAX9MaLaI&oh=7bcbe124ecf6319a3907677717912492&oe=5EB85433[[[SEPARATOR]]][[[SEPARATOR]]]Following yesterday's post we focus on the exhibition architecture of the Celtic Museum Glauberg today.

What the archaeologists discovered from the geomagnetic aerial photos and brought to light between 1994 and 2000 was beyond their wildest dreams. The sensational discovery of the Celtic princely tombs with substantial, fully preserved burial objects, the cult area and its settlement makes it one of the most important Celtic archaeological and research sites in Europe today.
A panoramic window, offers an impressive view of the burial mound, incorporating it into the exhibition itself. The architecture of the exhibition is based on the superordinate principle of layering, inspired by the procedures of an archaeological excavation. The history and culture of the Celts is exposed in individual layers and models different zones and transitions in a neutral space. Differently shaped horizontal, vertically layered bands, projecting and receding, form changeable exhibits.

Check #designingkeltenmuseum for more information about the project.
Photos by Werner Huthmacher
#designedbykwa #architecture #archilovers #architecturephotography #keltenmuseum #keltenmuseumglauberg #keltenwelt #designingkeltenmuseum #museum #exhibition #exhibitionarchitecture #landscape #celticculture #archaeology #landscraper[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://www.instagram.com/p/B-uACf6qU4O/
    [post_title] => Following yesterday's post we focus on the exhibition architecture of the Celtic Museum Glauberg today. What the archaeologists discovered from the geomagnetic aerial photos and brought to light between 1994 and 2000 was beyond their wildest dreams. The sensational discovery of the Celtic princely tombs with substantial, fully preserved burial objects, the cult area and its settlement makes it one of the most important Celtic archaeological and research sites in Europe today. A panoramic window, offers an impressive view of the burial mound, incorporating it into the exhibition itself. The architecture of the exhibition is based on the superordinate principle of layering, inspired by the procedures of an archaeological excavation. The history and culture of the Celts is exposed in individual layers and models different zones and transitions in a neutral space. Differently shaped horizontal, vertically layered bands, projecting and receding, form changeable exhibits. Check #designingkeltenmuseum for more information about the project. Photos by Werner Huthmacher #designedbykwa #architecture #archilovers #architecturephotography #keltenmuseum #keltenmuseumglauberg #keltenwelt #designingkeltenmuseum #museum #exhibition #exhibitionarchitecture #landscape #celticculture #archaeology #landscraper
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