New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Denmark

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A new Hans Christian Andersen museum has opened in Denmark. The building was designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates

New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Denmark

The new Hans Christian Andersen Museum is located in the city of Odense – the third largest in Denmark – and is conceived as a real fairy-tale world with gardens and underground exhibition halls. The museum building was designed by the bureau of Kengo Kuma and is located on the same site as the house where the writer lived. The design project is based on the idea of ​​traveling between the real world and the world of fantasy. /uploads/2022/04/b7248572fb1a37fb319881778f5f1977.jpg” width=”728″ height=”582″ class=”lazy-image__image _align-center” data-v-64ca9b5a=”1″ alt=”New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Denmark ” />The museum building was designed by Kengo Kuma and Associates.

“The museum complex consists of several rounded volumes that are connected to each other in the form of a chain, between the “links” of which there is no hierarchy,” say the authors of the project. the artistic world of the writer's works and our ordinary real world. The translucent membrane walls of the building only enhance this feeling.”

New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in DenmarkAll exhibition halls of the museum are located in the basement.

All exhibition spaces of the Hans Christian Andersen Museum are located underground, and to get there, visitors need to immerse themselves in the magical world invented by the famous Danish storyteller: walk past the pool, remembering the Little Mermaid, or find yourself in the “Giant's Garden”, feeling like Thumbelina. And after watching the interactive multimedia exhibition, visitors can relax in a cozy cafe. /2022/04/fc046fc5ae27499874b4580842b36a10.jpg” width=”728″ height=”546″ class=”lazy-image__image _align-center” data-v-64ca9b5a=”1″ alt=”New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Denmark”/>A lot of natural wood has been used in the interior of the new museum. ” width=”728″ height=”546″ class=”lazy-image__image _align-center” data-v-64ca9b5a=”1″ alt=”New Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Denmark” />Museum design inspired by Andersen's fairy tales.< span class="article-authors-info__list" data-v-a69233a8>Ilya Polyakov

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