Experimentarium by CEBRA reopens in Denmark
Location: Hellerup (DK)
At the re-opened Experimentarium a completely new setting that provides science and technology a new architectural expression awaits visitors, as evidenced by the depiction of flow dynamics on the facades and the spectacular spiralling staircase just inside the entrance of the building. Produced out of 160 tons of steel and clad in 10 tons of copper, the structure winds its way throughout the whole of the museum, which has also gained several interactive exhibition areas. In design, the copper-clad, 100-metre-long staircase takes its inspiration from the helical structure of a DNA strand in abstract form. As the building's shimmering centrepiece, it indeed substantiates the scientific focus of the enlarged Experimentarium.