The thematically changing exhibitions are open to the public six days a week, and the guided tours include special tours and workshops aimed at children. Kunsthalle Weishaupt, built by architect Wolfram Wöhr, is in fact a piece of art in itself, and has been designed to showcase the impressive collection. Its glass front, spanning 16 metres in height, acts like a passe-partout framing the works inside, making the cube-shaped exhibition rooms look as if they float in space.
The building was commissioned byWeishaupt, who inherited his father’s fueltechnology business along with his love fordesign and art, which developed whenWeishaupt senior commissioned productdesigners from the Ulm School of Design inthe early ‘60s.