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Design Center Baden-Württemberg earlier known as the Design Center Stuttgart is the only one of its kind in Germany that is managed by the state of Baden-Württemberg. Set in the beautiful Haus der Wirtschaft, this facility offers services on various aspects of designing as per the latest trends. Their exhibitions give an insight on how a good design impacts and increases quality of a product. Its annual Baden-Württemberg International Design Award is a platform for professionals to showcase their creations. You will also find their Design Library very interesting. With more than 10,000 reading materials that range from architecture to fashion designing, interior design to industrial, textile and craft industry, it is a great place for anyone interested in the field of design.
The authentically restored Le Corbusier House opened as a museum in 2006. It gives insight into the history of the world-famous Weissenhof Estate and Le Corbusier's architecture. The museum is a good place to be able to peep in to the past architecture and planning.
Located in the city which is called home by Mercedes Benz, the Mercedes Benz Museum is a spectacular tribute to one of the leading car brands of the world. A narrative of over a century of the brand's history, the museum was established in the year 2006. Designed by UN Studio, the design of the building is uniquely reminiscent of a double helix (human DNA), with the atrium inspired by the shape of Wankel Engine. Exhibiting over 160 vehicles, the museum displays some of the most treasured pieces of automotive history in the form of vintage cars. A paradise for car and automobile lovers, the museum's glass facade is the epitome of modern elegance.
Originally established in 1976, The Porsche Museum started small and displayed more quality than quantity. However, work on expanding this museum began in 2003. Sprawled across 5600 square meters (60278 square feet), the spectacular Porsche Museum is housed in the striking white building that appears to levitate. It features more than 80 vehicles, from prototypes to boats and of course, sports cars. A must-visit for all automobile enthusiasts, the museum is also the starting point of the factory tour.