The museum and research center of the Celtic culture. The museum was opened in 2011 by the Hessen office of built heritage conservation ( Landesamt fȕr Denkmalpflege Hessen). It is located at the important place of discovery of a Celtic settlement aged about 5 thousend B.C. In the front of the building you see visitors watching and enjoing at the location.

THE CHALLENGES

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PROJECT DETAILS

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Architect: Jason & Perry

PROJECT DETAILS

  • Continually transform reliable schemas and cross functional human capital.
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  • Proactively myocardinate functionalized quality vectors without.
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