Architects Atelier Brückner designed the scenography of the new BMW Museum, which opened in Munich last year. The project involved the renovation of the existing Museum bowl (which you can see on the left on the picture) on the site of BMW’s headquarters and building a new space for 4000 square metres of exhibition space.
The new BMW Museum in Munich has a modern and dynamic language, which is related to the language of the automotive world. The museum opened on June 21st 2008 and sets a new standard in the realm of brand focused automotive- museums.
ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH, Stuttgart
– Master Planning, General Planning Museum
– Exhibition Design
Project Commencement: 2003
Start of Construction Work: November 1st, 2006
Opening: June 21st, 2008
Total Budget: 80 Million Euro
Exhibition Space: 5,000 m²
Net Total Area: 10,000 m²
Gross Floor Area: 12,200 m²
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Building photographs by Markus Buck. Model photos by Sebastian Schröter