The concept is born from the desire to relate urban context and new public space through an unconventional architectural language, originated by a ground deformation, like “origami” folds.
The ground breaks away and accept in its fractures the new architecture for the Museum of the 20th Century. The fractures generated by this process become architecture and therefore the new buildings for the Museum of the 20th Century. It becomes a low-rise and partially excavated architecture that redefines urban space by respecting and preserving the historical monuments already present, defining a new profile that can integrate within the Kulturforum without deleting the most important visuals.
The project intends also to communicate with the "urban landscape" of the Kulturforum through the contrast and breaking standards. Like the project area, which, from agriculture, has assumed the modern features of a dense urban space, the design starts from the "earth" and continues in its development of contemporary and nonconformist architecture.