• Organically-shaped Porsche Pavilion at the Autostadt museum, a modern-day architectural marvel


  • Volkswagen’s Autostadt museum recently unveiled the Porsche Pavilion, paying tribute to the brand with 200 guests present at the event, and as far as we’re concerned, this beautifully built showcase that will sport key Porsche models is indeed a mark of aesthetically-sound modern-day architecture. Shaped organically with 400 square meters of space, enough to hold exhibitions and presentations, the pavilion was designed by HENN and sports a seamless look. With a landscaped lagoon-esque surrounding designed by WES, the Porsche pavilion follows the manufacturer’s design ideals with a monocoque-like construction using 620 stainless steel sheets. Beautifully built and a perfect showcase for some of the most exquisite cars around, this part of the Autostadt museum looks particularly astounding after sunset.

    [Architizer]

    Topics: Building Tags: , , on August 29, 2012