Conversion of the former IBM computer centre into a place of art. In the building, which was built in the 60s by Rolf Gutbrod, the new gallery occupies the entire ground floor. In the past, the latest computer models were exhibited here - today it is a space where contemporary art is shown.
The pavement literally flows into the ground floor. A few steps lead down to the gallery space, which is literally embedded in Ernst-Reuter-Platz. The ramifications of the enormous ventilation system bear witness to its past as a computer centre. These were exposed and thus staged like a permanent installation.
Design, planning and construction management: CAMA A
Lighting design and construction of gallery walls: Gonzalez / Haase