In the middle of Stuttgart stands a large glass cube – the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. Since 2005, the cube designed by the architects Hascher Jehle has housed the city’s important art collection. What is striking about this building is not only its transparent supporting structure, but also the collection rooms, some of which are housed in a former road tunnel. In our video, Prof. Thomas Winterstetter explains the special features of this museum building and provides exciting insights into the structural and façade engineering carried out by Werner Sobek. Click here for the film.