The „Stadthaus Ulm“ is an international milestone of modern architecture in the centre of Ulm, an open house for encountering art, culture and people. In this building, designed by the New York, star architect Richard Maier, visitors will encounter an area with many interconnecting levels, covering a total area of 3,600 square meters.
The basement houses the permanent exhibition on the archaeology and history of the „Münsterplatz“ and includes exhibits discovered during excavations.
The open-plan staircase connects all four floors. Stark, linear and gentle, curving forms create an interesting interior, which provides space for exhibitions on many floors. The large windows create transparency and also provide many interesting views onto the outside.