The BMW Museum is an automobile museum of BMW history located near the Olympiapark in Munich, Germany. The museum was established in 1973, shortly after the Summer Olympics opened. From 2004 to 2008, it was renovated in connection with the construction of the BMW Welt, directly opposite. The museum reopened on June 21, 2008.
宝马博物馆是位于德国慕尼黑奥林匹克公园附近的宝马历史汽车博物馆。该博物馆成立于 1973 年，夏季奥运会开幕后不久。从 2004 年到 2008 年，它在对面的 BMW Welt 的建设中进行了翻新。博物馆于 2008 年 6 月 21 日重新开放。
Known as the salad bowl or white cauldron, the silver futuristic building was designed by the architect of the BMW Headquarters, the Viennese professor Karl Schwanzer. The roughly circular base is only 20 meters in diameter, the flat roof about 40 metres. The entrance is on the ground floor and consists of a cloakroom (in basement) and reception. First, the visitor ascends on a spiral upward in the building to visit the exhibits. Slideshows and smaller, in-depth exhibits are located on four "islands" inside the building. After "looping" the actual exhibition visitors reach the upper floor, where there are individual exhibits, a small cinema hall and several interactive exhibits that explain the technology further. An escalator leads visitors finally back into the ground floor.
这座银色的未来派建筑被称为沙拉碗或白色大锅，由宝马总部的建筑师、维也纳教授 Karl Schwanzer 设计。大致呈圆形的底座直径只有20米，平屋顶约40米。入口位于一楼，由衣帽间（地下室）和接待处组成。首先，参观者在大楼内螺旋上升，参观展品。幻灯片和更小、更深入的展品位于建筑物内的四个“岛屿”上。在“循环”之后，实际的展览参观者到达上层，那里有单独的展品、一个小型电影院和几个互动展品，进一步解释了这项技术。自动扶梯最终将游客带回一楼。
LOCATION：GERMANY - MUNICH
DESIGNERS：KARL SCHWANZER, ATELIER BRÜCKNER
PHOTOS BY：HIEPLER, BRUNIER,
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