bei Duesseldorf, Germany
Taghaus is built around the collection to accommodate and exhibit the
selection of sculptures in daylight setting. The building concept is based on the requirement for indoor and outdoor
qualities, while excluding disadvantages of both. Taghaus is a hybrid of
sculpture garden and exhibition space. The translucent envelope of the
building allows for natural light to change the perception of the three
dimensional art during the course of day, while avoiding glare, both in
an interior space with the benefits of climate control.
Semi-transparent walls of varying opacities continue to define the doorless interior spaces, creating gently defined rooms for singular pieces and ensembles. The soft boundaries between inside and outside and neighboring spaces allow for contemplation with a sense of continuity and context.
Architect: Cheungvogl Ltd.
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