AHRENSHOOP MUSEUM OF ART, Ahrenshoop

Ahrenshoop museum of art, Ahrenshoop

Ahrenshoop museum of art, Ahrenshoop

Ahrenshoop museum of art, Ahrenshoop

Ahrenshoop museum of art, Ahrenshoop

Architects: Staab Architekten GmbH, Berlin

At the core of the building arrangement is the pictorial perception of the thatched roof houses that are only a stone's throw away from the museum location. Grouped around a central lobby is an ensemble of five joined one-room buildings that contain the actual exhibition. Four exhibition houses are dedicated to permanent and temporary exhibitions of the artists community Ahrenshoop. In the fifth house is the cabinet located, which is used as a Seminar- and Meetingroom.

The daylight strategy in the skylight spaces of the Art Museum Ahrenshoop has been gathered in a close dialogue with the architectural development. The exhibition spaces are fitted with longitudinal horizontal daylight openings. In order to generate a spatial light distribution that is perceived as mostly shadow free, prisms were integrated in the skylight construction. The artificial illumination was to be similar to the daylight situation in that the light enters the room through the same aperture.

 

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