Museums and exhibition spaces

Halle, Saale. Alemania

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Extension of the Moritzburg Museum

Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. Fuensanta Nieto y Enrique Sobejano, arquitectos

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The ruins of the castle of Moritzburg, in Saxony Anhalt, have been transformed into an avant-garde museum under an aluminium roof that houses a valuable collection of twentieth-century art recovered after the Nazi pillage. The contemporary architecture mingles in this specific case with the roots of the past and is magisterially complemented in this building, a symbiosis between the avant-garde and a maximum respect for the protection of the heritage, in a constant dialogue between the new and the existence, between the singularity of the volume and the surroundings, between the container and the content.

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Emplazamiento: Halle, Saale (Alemania). Autores: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. Fuensanta Nieto – Enrique Sobejano, arquitectos. Arquitecto de proyecto: Sebastian Sasse. Colaboradores concurso: Vanesa Manrique, Nina Nolting, Olaf Syrbe, Miguel Ubarrechena. Colaboradores proyecto: Udo Brunner, Nina Nolting, Sebastian Sasse, Dirk Landt, Susann Euen, Siverin Arndt. Dirección de obra: Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. Fuensanta Nieto – Enrique Sobejano, Sebastian Sasse, Johannes Stumpf, Karl Heinz Bosse. Estructura: GSE, Jorg Enseleit. Instalaciones: Rentschler y Riedesser, Jürgen Trautwein. Maquetas: Juan de Dios Hernández-Jesús Rey. Promotor: Stiftung Moritzburg. Estado de Sajonia-Anhalt. Fotografía: Roland Halbe.
Fuensanta Nieto de la Cierva
Enrique Sobejano García
Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos

Roland Halbe
Stuttgart, Alemania