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    [post_date] => 2020-04-07 14:46:21
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    [post_content] => carousel[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://scontent-frt3-2.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.2885-15/92758692_2693334580901858_2495649765768602330_n.jpg?_nc_cat=103&_nc_sid=8ae9d6&_nc_ohc=PMFbE89ohmoAX8npEX5&_nc_ht=scontent-frt3-2.cdninstagram.com&oh=7c2cb773ee62ea9668673be23a24506c&oe=5F454F7F[[[SEPARATOR]]][[[SEPARATOR]]]This week we take a look back a little further in our project history at the Celtic Museum Glauberg. Realized in 2011, the building accommodates a museum for Celtic art, in direct proximity to a historic burial mound.

Similar to an excavated archaeological find, the metal body of the museum juts out from the landscape and forms a counterpart to the burial mound. More of a mysterious object itself rather than architecture, the museum should be stumbled upon by its visitors as a marker of landscape discovery. 
The Celtic Museum is a clearly contoured and distinct volume, blending in with the surrounding landscape. Partly inserted into the slope, it projects itself towards the burial mound. Its vital function as an element of the landscape, the museum building amplifies the burial mound’s leading role. Underneath the main volume, one finds the foyer and the café and adjoining rooms as well. Here begins and ends the exploration of the museum’s archaeological trail. A staircase-ramp guides the visitor into the exhibition. The roof acts also as an observation deck onto the scenic landscape and the skies above – so that the surroundings can be discovered.

Unfortunately, the museum is currently closed for the prevention of coronavirus-infections. We hope for a re-opening soon, because the museum is worth a visit. Until then #stayhome and #staytuned.

Photos by Werner Huthmacher
#designedbykwa #architecture #archilovers #architecturephotography #keltenmuseum #keltenmuseumglauberg #keltenwelt #designingkeltenmuseum #museum #exhibition #landscape #celticculture #archaeology #landscraper[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://www.instagram.com/p/B-rh6ZxqR-b/
    [post_title] => This week we take a look back a little further in our project history at the Celtic Museum Glauberg. Realized in 2011, the building accommodates a museum for Celtic art, in direct proximity to a historic burial mound. Similar to an excavated archaeological find, the metal body of the museum juts out from the landscape and forms a counterpart to the burial mound. More of a mysterious object itself rather than architecture, the museum should be stumbled upon by its visitors as a marker of landscape discovery. The Celtic Museum is a clearly contoured and distinct volume, blending in with the surrounding landscape. Partly inserted into the slope, it projects itself towards the burial mound. Its vital function as an element of the landscape, the museum building amplifies the burial mound’s leading role. Underneath the main volume, one finds the foyer and the café and adjoining rooms as well. Here begins and ends the exploration of the museum’s archaeological trail. A staircase-ramp guides the visitor into the exhibition. The roof acts also as an observation deck onto the scenic landscape and the skies above – so that the surroundings can be discovered. Unfortunately, the museum is currently closed for the prevention of coronavirus-infections. We hope for a re-opening soon, because the museum is worth a visit. Until then #stayhome and #staytuned. Photos by Werner Huthmacher #designedbykwa #architecture #archilovers #architecturephotography #keltenmuseum #keltenmuseumglauberg #keltenwelt #designingkeltenmuseum #museum #exhibition #landscape #celticculture #archaeology #landscraper
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