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    Enzo Ferrari Museum

    Pretty stunning design for the new Enzo Ferrari Museum. The interior looks like a prefect place to show off all that design history and tradition as well as the technical expertise. very impressive. 

    Here's the info and some of the "specs" of the building itself. I left some of the text out but you can read all of it on the link below:

    http://www.archdaily.com/253958/enzo-ferrari-museum-future-systems/

    Architects: Future Systems - Jan Kaplický + Shiro Studio
    Location: Via Paolo Ferrari, Modena, Italy
    Project Architect: Andrea Morgante
    Project Team: Andrea Morgante, Søren Aagaard, Oriana Cremella, Chris Geneste, Cristina Greco, Clancy Meyers, Liz Middleton, Itai Palti, Filippo Previtali, Daria Trovato
    Project Year: 2012
    Project Area: 5,200 sqm
    Photographs: Andrea Morgante Studio cento29David Pasek

    The sculpted yellow aluminium roof with its ten incisions – intentionally analogous to those air intake vents on the bonnet of a car – allows for natural ventilation and day lighting, and both celebrates and expresses the aesthetic values of car design. With its 3,300 square metres of double-curved aluminium, the roof is the first application of aluminium in this way on such a large scale. Working together with boat builders whose familiarity with organic sculpted forms and waterproofing made them the ideal partner, and cladding specialists, the form is constructed from aluminium sheets fitted together using a patented tongue and groove system. The bright Modena yellow of the roof is Ferrari’s corporate colour, as seen on the Ferrari insignia where it forms the backdrop to the prancing horse. It is also the official colour of Modena.

    Kaplický wanted to create a sensitive dialogue between the two exhibition buildings that showed consideration for Ferrari’s early home and underscored the importance of the museum as a unified complex made up of several elements. The views out of the new exhibition building dramatically frame the house and workshop, while views from outside the house and workshop immediately reveal the function and content of the new exhibition building. The height of the new exhibition building reaches a maximum of 12 metres – the same height as the house – with its volume expanding below ground level. In addition, the new building gently curves around the house in a symbolic gesture of appreciation.

    The two-storey house and workshop built by Ferrari’s father in the 1830s has been completely refurbished. Later additions to the house and workshop have been removed and, with the exception of two internal bracing structures that have been inserted in accordance with Italian anti-seismic regulations to give structural rigidity, no alterations have been made. The main gallery space is located within what was the double height workshop. Here Morgante has designed a contemporary exhibition display system, which incorporates digital projections, objects owned by Ferrari, information panels and other material. The display system was conceived as a large-scale vertical book that allows the visitor to read the different chapters of Ferrari’s life through various media; a three-dimensional immersive biography. The system takes the form of a sinuous wall separated into pages, so that as visitors progress down the room, they are obliged to gradually discover each page and chapter in sequence. At every point the next chapter is concealed so as to maintain interest and create a sense of excitement. This organic landscape stretches through the entire length of the 40 metre long space and soft, low-level backlighting gently illuminates both it and the room, making the space intimate in spite of its size. At the northern end of the main gallery, in the original house, two smaller exhibition spaces are located next to one another. Administrative spaces are situated directly adjacent to them and on the first floor.


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    And because I know quite a few of you are going to enjoy them, here are some plans of the whole building:

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    I agree it looks stunning, but entirely misplaced in the surroundings...
    Not unlike ferrari cars if you ask me: wonderful, but too much "in your face".


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    Totally wrong location, its like installation of skyscraper inside colloseum...


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    How did Ferrari get planning permission to erect that yellow cannopy in that area? It's totally out of character and a visual pollution. But I guess Ferrari are Modena.

    Ferrari should either preserve the external character of the building and make it modern inside or find an alternative plot of land where their striking structure wouldn't interfere.


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    reginos:

    How did Ferrari get planning permission to erect that yellow cannopy in that area? It's totally out of character and a visual pollution. But I guess Ferrari are Modena.

    Ferrari should either preserve the external character of the building and make it modern inside or find an alternative plot of land where their striking structure wouldn't interfere.

    I find the contrast of old and new styles very interesting (in a positive sense!), even attractive. But the choice of colour for the exterior of the roof would look wrong on any building, and I suspect that it is also very unlikely to weather well over time. Maybe they could go with a colour like verdigris next time around. 


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    In a way you're right. But most times when it's about setting a completely innovative architecture in a historical place, it's more about the physical experience that pictures can't convey. Stepping from the old town into the new space and then going back out sets the emotional contrast between old and new. 

    It's the same thing that makes a picture of a brand new car sitting on an old warehouse so alluring, that contrast enhances the history of the old and accentuates the break from that of the contemporary.


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    Enmanuel:

    ... Stepping from the old town into the new space and then going back out sets the emotional contrast between old and new... 

    I agree with you wholehartedly. But still, that is looking from the perspective of the museum visitors. How about the people who live in that area and have to see the thing every day, and everyday it is a contrast of something totally out of place. I find it rather egocentric to create something like this in such a historical backdrop, without any hindsight to the historical backdrop itself. It makes the museum look better, and the surroundings look worse. Looking from the point of view from the surroundings, that's a pretty nasty thing...


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    I am afraid that you do not understand the Ferrari and the Italian ethos gentlemen!

    The museum is built on Enzo's paternal house, hence the location could not be more appropriate. 

    Yellow is the colour of Modena, so it's also appropriate and right. 

    Italians, especially those residing in supercar land (i.e. Emilia Romagna), live and breath supercars and racecars; especially Ferraris! Grannies hail you, young children follow you for for hundreds of yards and old men pronounce: "bella machina" when you drive past their villages behind the wheel of a Prancing Horse adorned motorcar.

    It' s petrolheads' Disneyland really. The best place in the world!


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    REALZEUS:

    I am afraid that you do not understand the Ferrari and the Italian ethos gentlemen!

    The museum is built on Enzo's paternal house, hence the location could not be more appropriate. 

    Yellow is the colour of Modena, so it's also appropriate and right. 

    Italians, especially those residing in supercar land (i.e. Emilia Romagna), live and breath supercars and racecars; especially Ferraris! Grannies hail you, young children follow you for for hundreds of yards and old men pronounce: "bella machina" when you drive past their villages behind the wheel of a Prancing Horse adorned motorcar.

    It' s petrolheads' Disneyland really. The best place in the world!


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    I quite agree with your description. Have few friends in Modena and was told that apparently they vast majority of the town likes the building. The real issue here is that Ferrari doesn`t have a nice collection of own cars (as Porsche and Mercedes have) so most of them are borrowed and this results in a  (imho) not really top notch exhibition. 

    Realzeus, you forgot to add that the priest in Maranello is ringing the bells on any given Sunday when a Ferrari F1 wins a race.Smiley


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    We visited the museum last month, it's terrible how the parkinglot is constructed, the whole flooring is falling apart...

    Concerning the museum, it's beautful and clean. Cars stunning, but not many.

    No modern ferrari's, the film about Enzo's life is very interesting.

    We drove 200km to get there... and that wasn't really worth it.

    In all i would say, well done, but in the italian way: great design, but terrible quality (e.g the electronic guides ... we had 4 and only one was working...)


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    beltar:

    We visited the museum last month, it's terrible how the parkinglot is constructed, the whole flooring is falling apart...

    Concerning the museum, it's beautful and clean. Cars stunning, but not many.

    No modern ferrari's, the film about Enzo's life is very interesting.

    We drove 200km to get there... and that wasn't really worth it.

    In all i would say, well done, but in the italian way: great design, but terrible quality (e.g the electronic guides ... we had 4 and only one was working...)

    in complete contrast to the Porsche Museum which is also a stunning building (not nearly as ostentatious), but has incredible cars, excellent display and layout, superbly run and magnificently organised.


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    Guys, this is mostly a private effort. It's Pierro's pet project after all. Enjoy it for what it is. If you really want to feel the Ferrari magic you have to go both to Modena and Maranello. Neither has a huge collection of cars but all I need is an Enzo, an F2004 and an FXX and I am a happy Ferrarista. 

    You go to the Beaulieau in the UK and you see hundreds of cars. So?

    PS: Alain Prost's Macca is the best exhibit there! Take it from a Ferrari fan!


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    REALZEUS:

    Guys, this is mostly a private effort. It's Pierro's pet project after all. Enjoy it for what it is. If you really want to feel the Ferrari magic you have to go both to Modena and Maranello. Neither has a huge collection of cars but all I need is an Enzo, an F2004 and an FXX and I am a happy Ferrarista. 

    You go to the Beaulieau in the UK and you see hundreds of cars. So?

    PS: Alain Prost's Macca is the best exhibit there! Take it from a Ferrari fan!

    Pierro has a taste far of ideal. Inside no problem, outside...we have discussed.

    Of course, quality matters, not an amount, but f156 sharknose, f40, 288gto, 250gto, 312t, 512S(M) are much more interesting cars to see than enzo and recent f1 efforts. 


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    kudryavchik:
    REALZEUS:

    Guys, this is mostly a private effort. It's Pierro's pet project after all. Enjoy it for what it is. If you really want to feel the Ferrari magic you have to go both to Modena and Maranello. Neither has a huge collection of cars but all I need is an Enzo, an F2004 and an FXX and I am a happy Ferrarista. 

    You go to the Beaulieau in the UK and you see hundreds of cars. So?

    PS: Alain Prost's Macca is the best exhibit there! Take it from a Ferrari fan!

    Pierro has a taste far of ideal. Inside no problem, outside...we have discussed.

    Of course, quality matters, not an amount, but f156 sharknose, f40, 288gto, 250gto, 312t, 512S(M) are much more interesting cars to see than enzo and recent f1 efforts. 

    Well, this is your personal opinion. I would rather see an amazing Enzo than an old F40! I don' t fancy the old Fezzas at all to be honest.. Cheers!

    Pierros taste is what it is. If you do not like it... well, tough luck mate. Smiley


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    REALZEUS:
    kudryavchik:
    REALZEUS:

    Guys, this is mostly a private effort. It's Pierro's pet project after all. Enjoy it for what it is. If you really want to feel the Ferrari magic you have to go both to Modena and Maranello. Neither has a huge collection of cars but all I need is an Enzo, an F2004 and an FXX and I am a happy Ferrarista. 

    You go to the Beaulieau in the UK and you see hundreds of cars. So?

    PS: Alain Prost's Macca is the best exhibit there! Take it from a Ferrari fan!

    Pierro has a taste far of ideal. Inside no problem, outside...we have discussed.

    Of course, quality matters, not an amount, but f156 sharknose, f40, 288gto, 250gto, 312t, 512S(M) are much more interesting cars to see than enzo and recent f1 efforts. 

    Well, this is your personal opinion. I would rather see an amazing Enzo than an old F40! I don' t fancy the old Fezzas at all to be honest.. Cheers!

    Pierros taste is what it is. If you do not like it... well, tough luck mate. Smiley

    You are the first Ferrari fan I see who doesn't admire with old ferras))) I am not a diehard fan of old series cars too, except several models. But what about old racers?;) only few cars can be compared with 330 can-am from design point of view...f.e.


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    I agree with the Great Man himself. The best Ferrari is the next one! He even destroyed his old cars. 


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    REALZEUS:

    I agree with the Great Man himself. The best Ferrari is the next one! He even destroyed his old cars. 

    Solid positionSmiley nothing to add, nothing to remove.


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    kudryavchik:
    REALZEUS:

    I agree with the Great Man himself. The best Ferrari is the next one! He even destroyed his old cars

    Solid positionSmiley nothing to add, nothing to remove.

    Actually he mostly sold his racing cars once they had no use any longer .

    Realzeus:  If am not mistaken, Enzo Ferrari said the best victory is the next  one?  Smiley


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    sfo:
    beltar:

    We visited the museum last month, it's terrible how the parkinglot is constructed, the whole flooring is falling apart...

    Concerning the museum, it's beautful and clean. Cars stunning, but not many.

    No modern ferrari's, the film about Enzo's life is very interesting.

    We drove 200km to get there... and that wasn't really worth it.

    In all i would say, well done, but in the italian way: great design, but terrible quality (e.g the electronic guides ... we had 4 and only one was working...)

    in complete contrast to the Porsche Museum which is also a stunning building (not nearly as ostentatious), but has incredible cars, excellent display and layout, superbly run and magnificently organised.

    Porsche-Museum-08.jpg

    You mean this Porsche Museum? I guess ostentatious is in the eye of the beholder...


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    JesseBank:
    sfo:
    beltar:

    We visited the museum last month, it's terrible how the parkinglot is constructed, the whole flooring is falling apart...

    Concerning the museum, it's beautful and clean. Cars stunning, but not many.

    No modern ferrari's, the film about Enzo's life is very interesting.

    We drove 200km to get there... and that wasn't really worth it.

    In all i would say, well done, but in the italian way: great design, but terrible quality (e.g the electronic guides ... we had 4 and only one was working...)

    in complete contrast to the Porsche Museum which is also a stunning building (not nearly as ostentatious), but has incredible cars, excellent display and layout, superbly run and magnificently organised.

    Porsche-Museum-08.jpg

    You mean this Porsche Museum? I guess ostentatious is in the eye of the beholder...


    I think if ostentatious or not is mainly a question of the colour in this case.  The bright yellow of the Ferrari museum though it's a traditional colour for Ferrari and the colour of the city Modena is just too much. Imagine the building in the silvery grey of the Porsche building or even in a muted dark red and the impression would be better by far.


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    Rossi:
    Imagine the building in the silvery grey of the Porsche building

     

    That would be so boring, so non-italian... so, you know... germanic. Smiley


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    REALZEUS:
    Rossi:
    Imagine the building in the silvery grey of the Porsche building

     

    That would be so boring, so non-italian... so, you know... germanic. Smiley


    And it would look and fit the sorrounding so much better. Smiley


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    I don't think that the brief was for the building to blend it. I am quite sure it was for it to stand out!


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    REALZEUS:

    I don't think that the brief was for the building to blend it. I am quite sure it was for it to stand out!


    The design of the building is enough to make it stand out from the surrounding. But Ferrari does what it always does: it exaggerates the basically interesting building with a flashy and absolutely inappropriate thing, here it's the colour. Smiley


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    REALZEUS:

    I don't think that the brief was for the building to blend it. I am quite sure it was for it to stand out!

    There's a hell of a difference between standing out as an example of outstanding aesthetics and standing out like a sore thumb.  Smiley

    The good thing is that this building's impression could be changed dramatically just by changing the colour of the roof cladding. 


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    Just some quick PS-work...

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    Even in bright rosso corsa it would fit better...

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    Well,

    most of these pictures are from an aerial view. I don´t think many tourist will rent a helicopter to experience that point of view. Looking from the ground, this yellow roof is far less striking than conveyed in these pictures.

    This doesn´t mean that I am convinced of this building but I haven´t had the time to evaluate it properly. Maybe there are reasons or concepts behind it that we have not figured out yet. Of course, I also have to agree with Enmanuel that there is so much inherent content in a building that is not revealed on pictures.

     


     
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