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Brandhorst Museum

A colourful edifice that belies the serious art within

The vibrant Brandhorst Museum, which was designed by Sauerbruch Hutton architects and opened in 2009, counts among Schwabing’s most visually stimulating landmarks. Its revolutionary carapace, shrouded in 36,000 polychromatic ceramic rods, hides a symphony of fine oak craftsmanship inside, as well as one of the most captivating collections of modern art in Europe.


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Photo: Museum Brandhorst with the work Untitled (Roses) by Cy Twombly / Haydar Koyupinar © Museum Brandhorst

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