Design Copper staircase by CEBRA for Experimentarium Museum
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Copper staircase by CEBRA for Experimentarium Museum

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Claudia Fuggetti
La scala in rame di CEBRA per il museo Experimentarium | Collater.al

The staircase designed by Danish architecture firm CEBRA is made entirely of copper and weighs about ten tons and can be admired at the redesigned  Experimentarium Museum in Copenhagen, a new scientific and technological center. The helical structure is interwoven with the main entrance and extends over four floors, to refer to the composition of a DNA strand.

The scale includes 20,000 kilos of copper and 320,000 kilos of steel and has been meticulously designed by CEBRA since 2001. In addition to doubling the exhibition space of the original Experimentarium building, the restyling also includes a roof terrace, new facilities for staff facing the museum, a convention center and a large bar-picnic area.

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Written by Claudia Fuggetti
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