in MUNICH ;)
let yourself get inspired by ARt. i believe the influence is TOTAllY UNDERESTIMATED!
it's called THE KUNSTAREAL. ENGLISH INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE ART MUSEUMS IN MUNICH! A JOURNEY THROUGH EUROPE!
FSA (born 16 June 1946 in Glasgow, Scotland) is an art historian and museum director. He was the Director of the National Gallery in London from 1987 to 2002, and then became Director of the British Museum. In 2008 he was appointed chairman of the 'World Collections Programme', for training international curators at British museums.
Petra Blaisse talks about " art centers - art areals - how they are designed." VERY INTERESTING! http://www.stipimo.de/kunstareal_dvd/exp_vor_petra_blaisse.html
Petra Blaisse specialises in the rare combination of both interior and exterior design, interweaving architecture and landscape. Blaisse gained international acclaim for projects in collaboration with OMA: for example for the "sound curtain" for the Kunsthal in Rotterdam; back-lit curtains and poured floors for Lille Grand Palais; the multi-layered curtain walls for the Mick Jagger Centre concert hall in London (2000); the "Garden Carpets" and reversible curtains for the Seattle Central Library (2004); the pleated and knitted curtains for the Prada stores in New York (2001) and Los Angeles (2003); the large flowered "jacquard" curtains for the Dutch Embassy in Berlin (2004) and the installation of eleven curtains in the Casa da Musica in Porto (2005). Current projects include the design for a series of shading curtains for the Toledo Glass Centre in Ohio (Sejima + Nishizawa); the hands-on production of curtains for a hotel in Groningen designed by Toyo Ito; designs for the landscape surrounding the CCTV building in Beijing (OMA) and coordinating the execution of the Almere "Swamp Garden" (OMA). >>> more
In addition, Lenbachhaus also offers a look at the 19 th century Munich school of painting.
you just cross the ludwigstrasse and disappear in between the houses on the other side.
keep walking and you will come to the ENGLISH GARDEN, which is not far.
get yourself a "RADLER", which is a mix of lemmonade and beer. it is just right after all that walking and admiring art. ;)