Natural Science Museum

A smooth, white box; a box that does not touch the ground. A box placed between a romantic garden with old trees and an urban plaza. A building which, in turn, acts as a garden gate. A closed box with skylights that help visitors to understand the space and the exhibits. The logistics area and a small conference room are housed in the basement, which receive daylight via a courtyard at one end. The white façade provides a backdrop to the garden, giving shape to the shifting shadows of the plants and trees in the garden.

Programme : Culture, Museum
Location : Granollers, Barcelona, Spain  
Client : Diputació de Barcelona  
Architect : Ramón Sanabria
Surface : 1.844m2  
Status : Built