Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, Germany - The execution of this very impressive project required unique engineering and assembly implementation on the construction site.

Mercedes-Benz Museum
Stuttgart, Germany

The building concept from the architect Ben van Berkel is a re-invented double-helix, on the basis of which the 3D free-form structures “TWIST” and “MYTH” were developed.

Ground surface: 3,500 m²

Building volume: 210,000 m³

Height: 48 m

Exhibition surface: 17,000 m²

Construction time: 2003 - 2006

 

 

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Main Application
Cultural Buildings
Project participants
Customer: Ed. Züblin AG, Stuttgart, Wolff & Müller GmbH & Co.KG, Stuttgart
Architect: Ben van Berkel

The Project

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Project Information

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Poliermannschaft, Mercedes-Benz Museum
The team of supervisors agree
Building this difficult structure under enormous time pressure is a unique achievement. The complicated PERI formwork units could be handled like system formwork and we could achieve qualitatively excellent results. We are proud of the fact that we have accomplished this enormous feat together with PERI.

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Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, Germany - The execution of this very impressive project required unique engineering and assembly implementation on the construction site.
Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, Germany - The execution of this very impressive project required unique engineering and assembly implementation on the construction site.