Pforzheim Germany — Land Baden-Württemberg, vertreten durch den Nationalpark Schwarzwald, vertreten durch den Landesbetrieb Vermögen und Bau Baden-Württemberg, Amt Pforzheim
Baiersbronn / Hearthstone, visitor and information center National Park Black Forest, exhibition design. On 1.1.2014 the Black Forest National Park was established in the northern Black Forest. As a central and attractive focal point to a visitor and information center with a focus on environmental education, visitor information and visitor management at Hearthstone, a pass to the Black Forest High Road, about 900 meters above sea level, can be realized. In addition, information center there is a part of the National Park Administration either in the monumental "Villa Klumpp" or related to the visitor u. Be accommodated. The visitor center contains a about 1 000 m2 permanent exhibition more functional units such as the foyer with the checkout area, temporary exhibition space, store, small movie theater, restaurant and rooms for events, seminars and for pedagogical work. Heart of the visitor center is the exhibition area where the motto "Let nature be nature" of the National Park is the focus. For the duration of the exhibition a scenographically designed presentation is desired, representing a high value experience and information for different audiences with differentiated levels of understanding, interactive elements and a mixture of dioramas, display cases and multimedia productions. Conceivable is an introductory section on a third of the area and six to eight themed areas to deepen. Adjacent opportunities should be offered to play and rest in a private children's section of the permanent exhibition. Great emphasis is placed on the visual relationships between inside and outside. The cost ceiling for the exhibition design is 3 million EUR gross. It is envisaged that the exhibition designer is already mandated to start planning the building. It is therefore sought to integrate from the beginning the planning exhibition design in the overall planning of the object.