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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Museum of the Bavarian history in Regensburg, Germany by Simon Takasaki Architecture + Research Studio & Dietmar Koering

 
July 21st, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Simon Takasaki Architecture + Research Studio

The initialignitionfor the design of the Museum of the Bavarian history is a seamless integration into the UNESCO World Heritage site, the old town of Regensburg. Derived from the existing roofscape the building references to history and the existence. In order to create a haptic integration, the facade is classic and modern at the same time, made out of bright, whitewashed bricks. The existing lane structure is assimilated and continued to the river Danube.

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

  • Architects: Simon Takasaki Architecture + Research Studio & Dietmar Koering
  • Project: Museum of the Bavarian history
  • Location: Regensburg, Germany
  • Photography: Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring
  • Status: Competition
  • Area: 10.000 m²
  • Designer: Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring
  • Country of designer: Germany
  • Client: Ministry of Building Regensburg

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Due to the urban situation, it offers to be realized in two buildings. The center of the two volumes creates a public plaza which is also part of the lobby and the “Common Ground”. The square is framed by the Museum of the Bavarian history and the Bavariathek. The newly created space allows an extension of the Danube market, this is an integral part of the design. The design for the Museum of the Bavarian History reacts cautiously on the urban environment of the city of Regensburg.

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

It integrates seamlessly into the existing structures without seeming old-fashioned. The proposal develops a formal language which is triggered by the existing structures, overlaying the present and the future simultaneously. The face of the Museum of the Bavarian history is not denying the history of building culture in Bavaria, on the contrary, it is celebrating its roots.

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

Image Courtesy © Simon Takasaki & Dietmar Köring

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