Hearing trumpet and giant eye
blelb concept for two pavilions on the topics of hearing and seeing in the park of the archeological museum Brahmsche-Kalkriese.
In a sound insulated chamber the amplified noises from the external environment can be heard through a large, turnable trumpet.
Within a darkened room, an inverted image of the view outside is projected onto a glass hemisphere.
These pavilions were erected in summer 2000 and have been open to visitors since then.
Site: Archeological museum park Brahmsche-Kalkriese/Osnabrück, Germany
Architecture museum and pavilion: Gigon und Guyer, Zürich
Exhibition concept museum and pavilion: Lars Müller, Baden
Concepts "Hearing" and "Seeing" realised by: Hans Knuchel und Jürg Nänni