The main hall is situated in the centre of the plan and it is a circular space with an enormous skylight a space that soars and is flooded with light
The museum can be read like an encyclopedia of architecture where all spatial and composite elements follow an internal and consistent logic. The new building has four floors and large glazed panels run around the entire building alloing light to stream in from all directions.
Pablo Donoso Calvo
The Pinakothek der Moderne is localized in the museum’s district of Munich, that it was designed by the overall plan in 1811. This is the latest gallery in the area (there are four) and it was built in 2002 by the architect Stephan Braunfels.
In the new building are interpreted values like the education, the memory and the variety of artistic genres. It is 25 meters height and it is lower than the Alte Pinakothek, the oldest museum, to restraint this gallery and the history of the city. This restraint to the history, museums and architecture make the building was generated from the most classical to the most contemporary forms.
The main hall is situated in the center of the plan and it is a circular space with an enormous skylight that allows the input of the light. The access to this hall is by a diagonal entering in the rectangular plan and it cross all the building with open edges.
The museum can be reading like an encyclopedia of architecture where all spatial and composite elements follow an internal and consistent logic. The new building has four floors and the light enter by all possible ways. Now, the museum houses the Bavaria’s Modern Gallery Art, the State Collection of Graphic Works, the Museum of the Technical Architecture University of Munich and the State Museum of Applied Art.