Vratislavice nad Nisou, Tanvaldská 38, Liberec
author: David Chromík – CAMA
cooperation: Jindřich Brož, Pavel Dostál, Šárka Štědronská
construction costs: CZK 2 billions
Location was chosen due to the fact that the founder of brand Ferdinand Porsche comes from Vratislavice and the part of the museum is his birthplace. The chosen area for the implementation is the southern slope of the hill above the village.
The concept design is based on the significant geomorphological character of the site. The hill, on which side is situated the museum, is the dominant feature, and it is divided into segments of the forest and meadows. Landscape approach was chosen, where the slope is articulated by terraces which allowing throughput volumes and at the same time creating custom objects and platforms. The structure of the terraces gradually passes between interior and exterior. The individual pavilions are defined by large span roofs which seems to be hovering over the terraces. Topic of path is also applicable in the design of exhibition, whose guiding principle is chronology, which can be very well applied on the terraces and ramps.