• Atelier Brückner designs visitors’ centre of the European Parliament

    23 November 2011

    Since October, the European Parliament in Brussels has been welcoming its visitors with a scenographically staged exhibition in 23 different languages. Planned and designed by Atelier Brückner, the Parlamentarium is presenting the history of the European Union. It also provides a transparent, informative and experience-orientated explanation of the European Parliament’s function and how it works in practice.

    The Parliament, houses around 3,000 m2 of exhibition space designed by the Stuttgart architects. A highly varied presentation spread out over three floors consists of carefully harmonised narrative spaces, which lends three-dimensional expression to the contents of the exhibition. A time tunnel serves as a guide through the history of European integration and two circular rooms allow the visitor to become immersed in appropriately staged settings incorporating films shown on the walls in a 360 degree circuit. They convey how the European Parliament and its 736 members work and how varied everyday life is on the culture-rich continent of Europe, where 500 million EU citizens have their home.

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