Soft, wavy shapes and volumes, cascading metal roofs, apparently moving red bricks – the Marta Herford Museum’s architecture in North-Rhine Westphalia is one of a kind and probably also the most unusual museum building in the world. But the unconventional ideas and the special interest in different architecture doesn’t stop outside, as an individualistic exhibition continues this tendency inside the atypical walls. The exhibition “The Unfettered Gaze” showcases the work of the Rasch Brothers, who had a pioneering influence on modern architecture, despite still being rather unheard of today. To shed a light on these creative minds, the museum is staging an exhibition until the first of February.