The project draws inspiration from the site’s rolling terrain, close to both the village Künzelslau-Gaisbach and the Würth Company headquarters and factory.
The building manifests itself as a sculptural figure in an abstract, scale-less expression, referring to the precise and refined, yet complex form language of advanced industrial design.
To its surroundings, it presents a perfect circular form, while the interior is a more freely formed open space – the sculpture garden.
All of the centre’s programmatic functions are placed in solitary or grouped cylindrical volumes, creating three functional nodes along the circular promenade.
The extensive sculpture collection is integrated in the architecture, so that landscape, architecture, and art are united in a meaningful relationship.