The Vorarlberg Museum in Bregenz offers some fascinating architectural details. The play of colours in the stairwell is a result of stairs made of oak and a handrail made of brass.
The atrium of the Vorarlberg Museum is more than 20 metres high. On the ground floor it is used for temporary exhibitions. Along the other floors it offers a great play of light and shadow. This pic was taken at the second floor of the building.
The facade of the museum is decorated with 16,656 concrete blossoms. The blossoms were formed by the bottoms of simple PET-bottles.
In the top floor of the Vorarlberg Museum there is a panorama room with a great view of Lake Constance. The room is silenced so you can enjoy the scenery deep in contemplation.