A group of buildings modelled as a mountain range wishes to blend into the landscape and metaphorically represent the beauty, independence, unity and strength of Afghanistan’s culture.
The different materials used endow the project with distinctive features: brick to show the solid character of the building and wood carved with arabesque designs to symbolize the lightness of the courtyards.
The architects propose a linear visit to the museum, beginning on the top floor and gradually descending to bring the itinerary to an end in the main lobby located on the access level...[+]
NATIONAL MUSEUM, KABUL
Equipo de diseño Design Team
Rona Khpalwak, Aljona Lavrenteva, Janine Ghali, Ilia Kordochkin, Britt Thieme, Melanie Dahmen, Markus Petzold
Stefan Bitter —Adler & Olesch Landschaftsarchitekten und Ingenieure— (paisajismo landscape), Dr. Christine Issa —SAMIN— (consultoría consulting), Wilfried Flashaar —Flashaar Ingenieure— (iluminación lighting), Martin Neujahr—Stöffer Ashry Neujahr— (estructura structure engineering), Bernd Abels —Bernd Abels Ingenieure— (instalaciones MEP)