034 ANDERSEN

Design proposal for the New Andersen Museum in Odensa, Denmark

2014
FRAGMENTED WONDERLAND
March 2014


PARK INSIDE A BUILDING

An “Object” in the Park vs. a “Park” inside a building

By disconnecting the garden from the city, we re-create a sense wonder into a forgotten space.  The garden becomes a dream space that stimulates the curiosity of the visitors.

The Museum is conceived as a set of thresholds: from the city to the garden, from the garden to the house and finally from the house to Andersen’s world.  Visitors are gradually transported into a new environment, where the architecture creates a sense of gradation from “public” to “intimate”.

Rather than design the Museum as an object building, our design is a journey that creates a dialogue between the existing context and at the new proposal.  The garden becomes an unexpected anchor into the fabric of the city.

EXPOSED FRAGMENTS REVEAL A DREAM

The Museum has been conceived as two independent, but connected, entities.  Above ground the museum exists as a series of fragments.  Each fragment has a separate function, allowing parts of the museum to work independently (within the city), in turn the fragments alludes to a larger whole: the new subterranean world of the Andersen Museum.
DATE
March 2014

STATUS
Competition Submission

PROGRAMME
Museum

SITE
Odensa, Denmark

AREA
8,000 m2

DESIGN TEAM_PWF
Peter W Ferretto, Hyunsu Kim, Sungyeol Choi, Heeyoung Pyun

025 BUSAN OPERA II
004 OSLO MUSEUM
016 BUS STOP
012 PRIMEMINISTER
024 OUTLET
027 ARTHOUSE
018 WELFARE
021 EXHIBITION
044 RESIDUAL
011 KIM HOUSE
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