O Museu da Mercedes Benz…
The Mercedes-Benz Museum – A milestone in contemporary architecture
Located at the gates of the city, visitors to Stuttgart are greeted with the view of a unique new structure. Designed by UNStudio, one of the world’s most respected architecture firms, the Mercedes‑Benz Museum is worth a visit for its design alone.
Ben van Berkel, joint founder and Director of UNStudio sums it up like this: “The Mercedes‑Benz Museum sets up an interface for a series of radical spatial principles in order to create a completely new typology.”
One of the most outstanding aspects of this groundbreaking concept is the route taken by visitors through the Museum. They do not begin their visit to the exhibition at a conventional entrance at the base of the building. They are transported by lift to the top floor. Here they have the choice of two tours, during which they descend through the building. The paths of each tour meet on each floor, enabling visitors to switch between tours – the Collections tour and Legend tour – should they wish to do so.
Special exhibition: Fascination commercial vehicle
Subsequent to this year’s IAA Nutzfahrzeuge (Commercial vehicles), the special exhibition Fascination commercial vehicle takes place at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. From 2nd to 28th November 2010, visitors can see impressing commercial vehicle innovations already outside the Museum. Many exhibits have just been showcased in Hanover. So once again, the Museum is proving itself to be a place which combines history, present and future – a place of innovation.
Never before, so many vehicles could be seen at a commercial vehicle special exhibition at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. Highlight is the Vito E-CELL: the transporter is batterie-powered, so alternative drives are part of the exhibition. The limited special models Actros Black and White-Liner are a special eye-catcher because they demonstrate power as well as elegance in black and white. Other important topics brought up by the exhibits of the special exhibition are “safety” and “variations of upper bodies”.
Mercedes-Benz Classic – Museum – For Visitors.
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