Museum Creates Underground Gallery Visible From Garden Above [Pics]

Design

Städel Museum in Frankfurt reveals its newest architectural makeover.

Yi Chen
  • 29 november 2012

To cater to the expanding exhibitions, the Städel Museum in Frankfurt, Germany, has expanded its gallery space underground. Unlike other underground spaces that are usually beneath a concrete floor or building, this 3000-square-meter room lies directly under a lawn.

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