The shape of the zeppelin is symbolic. The early zeppelins represented the optimistic ideals of a new era of unprecedented technological advancements. With their remarkable monumentality and hypnotic dignity that would continue to fascinate generations to come long after they had vanished from the skies, they have always embodied the eternal human desire to fly, and have represented a certain utopian ideal.
Program: museum extension
Architect: Dvořák & partners
Authors: Leoš Válka, Martin Rajniš, David Kubík
Co-author: Zbyněk Šrůtek
In cooperation with: Zbyněk Šrůtek, Pavel Kocourek, Eva Fajkusová
Contractor: STYLBAU, s.r.o.