AT STUTTGART, GERMANY
The building designed by Delugan Meissl
The building visibly translates the dynamic nature of the Porsche brand into architecture. From every angle, the shapes of the monolith and base building look different thanks to their polygonal, avant garde forms and the variation in the structures and windows. The glazed main façade of the 23 metre high museum adorned with the Porsche logo faces north, greeting those heading into the city centre by car. The architect has succeeded in creating an eye-catching complex that nevertheless blends well into its overall setting.
Ground floor and third level plans
The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is an exhibition center dedicated to the history of the renowned German carmaker Porsche AG.