In order to achieve an harmonious synergy between the 20th Century Museum and the Mies van der Rohe’s world famous gallery next to it, 1+1=1 suggests building the new museum largely underground and covered by a 3.25m high travertine platform – as high as the Neue Nationalgalerie.
RINASCENTE EXHIBITION SPACE, ROME
The lower ground floor of Rinascente Roma Tritone is home to one of the archaeological treasures of Ancient Rome: the Aqua Virgo. 1+1=1’s interior design project brings this antique relic back to life as part of the rarefied ambience and luxurious interiors of the Exhibition Space.
NEW BAUHAUS MUSEUM, WEIMAR
1+1=1 architects opted for a vibrant artistic hub, instead of a grandiose but self-referential building plan, that could serve two purposes: connecting Weimar’s heterogeneous urban landscape and offering an accessible and uplifting space for the public to gather right next to the Bauhaus collection exhibitions.
NEVER FORGET YOUR OWN ORIGIN, MONGOLIA
One of the main challenge for Mongolia is to redefine its relationship with space in planning its present and future development. 1+1=1 architects’ installation invites viewers to think about this vital issue, suggesting that a bright future is firmly rooted in the uniqueness of the past.