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14/11/2014

Nieto Sobejano to restore the Archaeological Museum of Munich

 
The design drawn up by the partners Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano has won first prize in the competition for the restoration and extension of the Bavarian capital’s archaeology museum. The project presents a 700-square-meter subterranean annex for temporary exhibitions, lit naturally through clerestories, and a new building for the museum’s main entrance, a cube resembling the volumes of the existing constructions, raised in the 1970s by Helmut von Werz and Johann Christoph Ottow, including in its skin of core-ten steel.
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