Beyeler Foundation Museum--page 2 (of three pages)

Renzo Piano
1997




The west side of the museum

While the east side of the museum adjoins a busy street (with a high wall between the street and it), this side overlooks a meadow. A narrow passage way leads along this side, a path which descends to a lower lever entrance (actually only an exit).

 
 
 

The north end of the museum

The north (or northeast end) of this rectangularly-shaped museum is similar to the south (or southwest end) except it has an upper level porch rather than the pool with water plants. The water feature, a small pond, is north of the building and more distant from the structure. See below.

 
 

The northeast exterior




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