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Museum Insel Hombroich

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Erwin Heerich, Bernhard Korte
location Gut Hombroich
function exposition space, park, sculpture
contributed by Roderick

Just minutes from Düsseldorf, Germany, Museum Insel Hombroich fuses architecture, art and nature on over 62 acres of meadowland. It is both a park and a museum where spaces are carefully designed so that the visitor experiences an effortless flow between structures and open air. The inception of Insel Hombroich occurred in 1982 when real estate broker Karl Heinrich Müller purchased Rosa Haus, an overgrown villa and garden built in 1816. At the time, Müller was looking for new ways to present his art collection and the Rosa Haus property held that potential. Müller's vision grew with support from local artists and architects. Landscape Architect Bernhard Korte set about restoring the old gardens and began planning minimalist landscapes. Sculptor Erwin Heerich's elemental sculptures became the design base for the gallery pavilions and artists from the Düsseldorf Academy of Art took up residence (text from

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Museum Insel Hombroich
Hombroicher Straße 1
Project is public!
Opening hours Open every day: April 1 - September 30: 10:00 - 19:00 October 1 - October 31: 10:00 - 18:00 November 1 - March 31: 10:00 - 17:00 Closed on December 24 and 25, as well as on December 31 and January 1. During the summer months visitors can stay in the park up until 21:00 after the main building is closed.
How to get there? Bus 869 and 877 from Neuss Landestheater / Zollstraße direction Grevenbroich.
Completion 1993
Main designer, ArchitectErwin Heerich
Landscape architectBernhard Korte
Project ID 4074
Latitude/Longitude 51°08'29N 06°39'21E
Contributed by Roderick
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