Bavarian History Museum, Regensburg

Bavarian History Museum, Regensburg Architecture, German Design Competition, Building

Museum of Bavarian History, Germany

Regensburg Architecture Competition – design by OODA with Guedes + DeCampos

21 May 2013

Bavaria History Museum

Design: OODA with Guedes + DeCampos

Location: Regensburg, Germany

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The architecture of the complex cultural museum / Bavariathek the city of Regensburg is projected to be the city with the intention, a city that is a place of passage, the self-generating life is excellent (Walter Benjamin, The Arcades factory). In this sense, this design explores the ability of Achitecture and urban planning to spread a cultural event, so that the transformation of this restaurant leads to optimism and a contrasting pleasure drive between the river, the museum, the city and the public in general.

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Taking advantage of the excellent location on the Danube and close to the cathedral, the new museum is an urban landmark that reveals his historical narrative in its interior.

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The Bavarian museum enables compatibility of various Maβstäben. The building rises from the ground in an unpredictable suspension, and is founded as a platform of large freedom / flexibility of the public space, so that it allows a connection between the macro scale, and the local boundary lines.

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The suspended mass of more shaped cover created a “new monumentality” of the river front and is directly related to the distance scale of the cathedral.

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Just as the local monuments, the museum is parallel to the Danube and has its main entrance in the west.

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Here invites of large cantilever beam that creates a Height äuβere covered and multifunctional space, a the entrance.

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The atmosphere of the MDBG presents Irregular coverings and dramatic inclinations that are inspired in the German Alps and in the neo-Gothic Our formalization of Kini. (“Dear King” – reference to Ludwig II in Bavarian dialect).

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Museum of Bavarian History Competition – Building Information

BAVARIAN HISTORY MUSEUM
REGENSBURG, GERMANY
Team: OODA: Diogo Brito, Rodrigo Vilas-Boas, Francisco Lencastre, Isabel Vincke, Luis Choupina, Filipe Estrela; GuedesDeCampos: Francisco Vieira de Campos, Cristina Guedes, Cristina Maximino, Ines Mesquita, Pedro Azevedo
Type: Competition
Size: 10,000 sqm
Status: Settled. Proposal
Collaboration: GuedesDeCampos (co-author), GET (engineering)

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Museum of Bavarian History images / information received from OODA with Guedes + DeCampos

Another Museum of Bavarian History design proposal on e-architect:

Museum of Bavarian History, Regensburg, Germany
Design: Mauro Turin Architectes
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