Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut
Photo © Michael Jungblut

smac – State Museum of Archaeology Chemnitz

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Location
Chemnitz, Germany
Year
2014

The Saxon State Museum “Haus der Archäologie“ was opened in the former department store Schocken in Chemnitz. The famous Mendelsohn building was renovated and adapted for museum functions. The three-storey permanent exhibition spans from early history to Saxon regional history. Therefore the disciplines of archaeology and history are illustratively combined and the visitor’s experience is focused on through a variety of fascinating highlights. The time-dynamic model of Saxony, which opens the exhibition-tour and vertically connects the three exhibition floors, represents the state of Saxony as a three-dimensional landscape. Interactive model parts of the country move through the different floors and establish a visual context to the respective topics of the three levels.

Awarding authority
Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen

Exhibition space
3600 m2

Planinng
General planning
Exhibition design and scenography
Graphic design
Media planning: medienprojekt p2
Light planning: LDE Belzner Holmes

Architecture
Architektengemeinschaft AUER WEBER, Stuttgart with KNERER UND LANG Architekten, Dresden

Photography
Michael Jungblut

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