The Porsche Pavilion by HENN is a bold architecture piece built at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg, Germany. Iconic car manufacturer Porsche commissioned the wave-inspired structure that resembles the curves of one of its fine automobiles.
The pavilion is located in the heart of the theme park and is home to a large open exhibition space for the brand's contemporary car creations. From its dramatic cantilever feature to its views of the water, this futuristic architecture piece is far from traditional, resembling a structure worthy of a sci-fi setting.
From mini-models to life-sized car creations, visitors are educated with the history of the luxe car company when inside the grand pavilion. The German architecture firm aimed to mimic the streamlined design of Porche's cars when creating the building and succeeded with a contemporary structure that is both innovative and eye-catching.
Curved Automobile Architecture
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Perforated Accordion-like Pavilions
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Constantly Changing Rooms
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