2016, 2nd Prize

Children's Museum at the Jewish Museum Berlin Read more

Under the theme 'Noah's Ark', a children's museum was designed in the former Blumengroßmarkthalle, aimed at children aged 5-12. It is to complement the Jewish Museum opposite. We placed a wooden structure in the hall, which can be read as an abstract part of a boat. The organically shaped interior creates an impressive world in which to play and explore new things. The frame construction allows for large spans and provides a freely usable basic framework in which floor, wall, and ceiling merge. From the central area niches and rooms of different sizes can be visited. They are assigned to individual themes and offers and have a different spatial atmosphere.

Competition 2nd Prize, 2016

Project Management: Petra Wäldle
Team: Brigitte Fischer, Sophia Martinetz, Franziska Ebeler, Jamie Queisser