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Architecture
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Information Center Archäopark Vogelherd by Ritter Jockisch Architects
Edition
Germany
under the patronage of
Alexander Zaxarov
Sep 1, 2020

Designed by Ritter Jockisch in a semicircle and ‘hidden’ under a grass wall, the Archaeopark’s information center blends beautifully into the landscape.

A glass foyer allows visitors to get an overview of the exhibition area and the archaeological theme park even before entering the building. Only the entrance and the access to the park café offer an opening in this wall. The entire front to the yard is glazed and offers a clear view of the Vogelherd hill from any position.

At the Archäopark visitors can explore our ancestors way of life as well as their special relationship to animals. Yet there will be no "picture show", visitors won't  find just illustrations, neither of the animals, people nor of the landscape of that era. By means of hints, traces, sounds and silhouettes visitors of all ages will be enabled to create their own image, experiencing the site with all senses.

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Alexander Zaxarov
September 1, 2020

Designed by Ritter Jockisch in a semicircle and ‘hidden’ under a grass wall, the Archaeopark’s information center blends beautifully into the landscape.

A glass foyer allows visitors to get an overview of the exhibition area and the archaeological theme park even before entering the building. Only the entrance and the access to the park café offer an opening in this wall. The entire front to the yard is glazed and offers a clear view of the Vogelherd hill from any position.

At the Archäopark visitors can explore our ancestors way of life as well as their special relationship to animals. Yet there will be no "picture show", visitors won't  find just illustrations, neither of the animals, people nor of the landscape of that era. By means of hints, traces, sounds and silhouettes visitors of all ages will be enabled to create their own image, experiencing the site with all senses.

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