Sara Hildén Art Museum

Best Architectural Design for Museum

About the project
The new Sara Hildén Art Museum is placed in the neighborhood to create a dialogue with the features of the urban and natural context. The aim is to define a “lighthouse” full of vitality for the citizens of Tampere.
The exhibition itinerary that develops gives as much freedom as possible for exhibitions and events of a different kind.
Through its presence, it will be possible to provide visitors with the ability to read through the evolution of Art in all its fields. The will is to encourage this and future generations to experience Art and understand the importance of being creative.

Tampere, Finland

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Applicant and authors of the project
Architecture studio led by architect Samuel Quagliotto with the aim of imagining and building architectures that know how to outline those comfortable daily scripts.
At the heart of the design there is a method that combines theory with practice through a research process. This in order to be able to define a modern architecture that is deeply linked to that architecture that he defined as a specific culture.
Architects Federica Mengoni, Clarissa Nazzaro, Samuel Quagliotto