Atelier Brückner, the concept of scenic architecture

20 Sep 2018
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11 Jul 2019
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Specialized in scenic architecture, Atelier Bruckner showcases innovative projects for leading companies.

Atelier Brückner, le concept de l'architecture scénique
Built with a metallic structure, the August Horn Museum, in Zwickau, shelters Audi and Trabant car collections. © Daniel Stauch


Founded in 1997 by Uwe Brückner, this architectural firm, implanted in Stuttgart, Germany, is one of the leading world studios based on the scenography of buildings and exhibitions. It is recognized as one of the main protagonists, guided by a philosophy that strives at making shape follow content, from conception to planification, including total implementation.

The scenic architecture of Atelier Brückner

It's hard to count their wide array of grandiose and prestigious projects. The History Museum of Chicago, the one in Cairo, the Auto Museum of Shanghai, the Scheepvaartmuseum in Amsterdam, the stunning four-cylinder building of BMW, in Munich, the Central Bank of Italy, in Rome, the Brussels Opera, the CERN of Geneva and the Panasonic Pavilion of Berlin are amongst their clients throughout the world.

Visitors Center at the Cern, in Geneva Reaching up to 27 meters in terms of height, the cupola of the visitors' centre is the symbol of the Cern, in Geneva. © Michael Jungblut
Pavilion GS Caltex in Yeosu, South Korea Symbolizing a dynamic ensemble, the GS Caltex Pavilion of Yeosu, in South Korea, recalls a different kind of rice field. © Nils Clauss

Conveying meaning to a company headquarters

Works in progress are developped thanks to innovative ideas that establish the new norms of this trade. The essential idea is to create an intense content, an atmosphere and images that allow visitors to follow the red thread of a fascinating story. A privilege granted to certain companies who want to convey meaning to their main headquarters…

The Magic Box, in Shanghai In Shanghai, The Magic Box allows its visitors to dive in a spatial universe and imaginary worlds. © Roland Halbe

When architecture becomes interactive…

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