Weissenhofmuseum im Haus Le Corbusier

Weissenhofmuseum im Haus Le Corbusier

Weissenhofmuseum im Haus Le Corbusier
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11:00 - 18:00
Tuesday
11:00 - 18:00
Wednesday
11:00 - 18:00
Thursday
11:00 - 18:00
Friday
11:00 - 18:00
Saturday
10:00 - 18:00
Sunday
10:00 - 18:00
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lobobo
Remchingen, Germany167 contributions
Here you can learn all about the situatuation in Stuttgart after first world war. How this lead to the idea to give the architect collectiv Werkbund the chance to build houses in their style "neues bauen". The young and wild guys could live their dream and the after the houses were build a house show was organized for the public. In the second part you can see the interior of the house at the time. A get a feeling of house it feels to live in a werkbund house. Dont forget to make a short walk after the museum visit the see the houses in the neighbourhood.
Written 26 December 2019
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Peter
Antwerp, Belgium8,203 contributions
Solo
One of Le Corbusier's realisations. His houses are scattered over the planet from France to Japan, and the preserved buildings got UNESCO recognition. Built in 1927 in the Killesberg area, one of the wealthiest areas of Stuttgart. A lot has disappeared or has been adapted to modern needs. There is a need to look behind some features, in order to discover the real revolutionary ideas. The roof garden possesses an enchanting simplicity. Part of the Weissenhof Estate.
Written 28 June 2018
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Tol H
Liverpool, UK33 contributions
Friends
This museum is very specialist and wouldn’t recommend for families with small children but if you have any love for architecture then it is well worth visiting as the houses that are featured are so amazing looking and revolutionary for their time! It is a great story and would highly recommend for those interested in architecture!
Written 4 June 2018
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Gar65ric
Jackson, NJ35 contributions
Couples
Yet again, another great place to visit. Be sure to give yourself plenty of time. There is much to see here and we could have spent more time.
Written 17 May 2018
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Maltrueno
Croydon, UK292 contributions
Couples
I am glad we managed to fit a brief visit to the house on our last day in Stuttgart.
The house is on a hill, so there are great views of the surrounding area including the TV tower. The house looks wonderful from the outside, however once inside it's rather disappointing as it's very lightly furnished. I had been to other modernist houses before and it's hard not to compare. The highlight has to be the views from the roof terrace.
Written 2 April 2018
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toniii030
Stuttgart, Germany7 contributions
Friends
We did a guided tour for 90minutes; it was totally worth it! Highly recommend a visit of the "Weissenburg Siedlung" and the tour where you get lots of addition information.
Written 2 January 2018
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aspenanne
Beaverton, OR23 contributions
Family
Fun to take the self-guided tour through this amazing development. The interpretive signs were very helpful even though we didn't have time to visit the museum.
Written 1 August 2017
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MixMasterMoll
Solihull, UK283 contributions
Couples
Half museum of le Corbusier and the collective modern designed buildings in the project area and more excitingly the other half left as it was meant to be with kitchen, sliding doors, roll away beds.

Good views of the area fro the roof terrace.

If you are not a fan then you will not be that excited but if you are you will be giddy with excitement to see the house.
Written 22 February 2017
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Bob T
Perth and Kinross, UK254 contributions
Solo
This housing development from 90 years ago includes examples of houses built by the most outstanding architects of the time. It is now, appropriately, a heritage site. You can stroll through the streets where there are notices about the houses and their respective designers and see the residents of the properties going about their daily business.
This place is a delight and also offers decent views over Stuttgart.
Well worth a visit if you are into architecture and design.
Written 17 January 2017
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wingate
London, UK2,400 contributions
Solo
It is clear that this style of architecture was and is of great international importance.I live in London and I can say that large parts of my neighbouring area have copied this style,not least the house that my late grandparents lived in.However I would add bushing from some contemporary photos I don't think this style would have been popular with people who lived in this house.It seems very austerr.So far the best museum I have visited in Stuttgart.
Written 4 May 2016
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  • Tue - Fri 11:00 - 18:00
  • Sat - Sun 10:00 - 18:00