• Project: Tinne Young Museum
  • Client: Tinne Stiftung
  • Location: Klausen
  • Year: 2022
  • Department: Architecture
  • Typology: Cultural
  • Program: Museum
  • Scope: Architecture, Facade, Interior, Landscape, Display, Lighting, Museography
  • Surface: 2,000 m²

The design for the Tinne Young Museum is based on the history of the park as an important site for collective gatherings within the city, expanding it with architecture and a garden that, through its rich modulation, creates opportunities for play. The elevated pathways generate combinations of interaction and participation between visitors and the external environment, creating organic and civic courtyard spaces that can be set up to function as additional museum spaces, used by both adventurous youth and resident artists, celebrating the visionary creativity of both.

  • Design Team: Andrea Faraguna, Martin Raub, Roula Assaf, Andrea Belosi, Deniz Celtek, Paul Haase
  • Landscape: De Molfetta Stroeda
  • Structural Engineer: Mario Monotti
  • Consultant: Anne Imhof
  • Research: Patricia Bondesson Kavanagh