Daily routine in the Stone Age
Daily routine in the Stone Age © Jörg Hempel
Reconstruction of the Kennis brothers
Reconstruction of the Kennis brothers © Jörg Hempel
Participation station and exhibition at the same time
Participation station and exhibition at the same time © Jörg Hempel
Participation station for children
Participation station for children © Jörg Hempel
Exhibition area Stephansposching
Exhibition area Stephansposching © Jörg Hempel
Showcase with tools from the Stone Age
Showcase with tools from the Stone Age © Jörg Hempel
Stone age lamp
Stone age lamp © Jörg Hempel
Broken jug Kothingeichendorf
Broken jug Kothingeichendorf © Jörg Hempel
Stairs in the Kastenhof
Stairs in the Kastenhof © Jörg Hempel
Nachbildung eines Brunnenschachtes
Nachbildung eines Brunnenschachtes © Jörg Hempel
World globe projection
World globe projection © Jörg Hempel
Showcase for the development of mankind
Showcase for the development of mankind © Jörg Hempel
C-3PO in the museum
C-3PO in the museum © Jörg Hempel
Projectteam Gerhard Kalhöfer, Johannes Haucke, David Ebel
Client Stadt Landau an der Isar
Stadt Landau an der Isar
Beteiligte Lichtplanung: Silvia Quintiliani - Dinnebier Licht GmbH, Medienberatung: Prof. Burkhard Detzler, Kuratoren: Simon Matzerath, Joachim Pechtl, Jürgen Weiner, Christian Peitz und Daniel Schyle, Umsetzung: Josef und Jan Hüser - Hüser und Michels GmbH, Bauleitung Architektur: Erich Straubinger - Architekturbüro Walter Pfleger GdR, Tragwerksplanung: Markus Polster - Polster B. Ing., Leuchtenbau: Jochen Müller und Martin Röhrig - Müller und Röhrig GmbH, Digitaldruck: Uwe Döring und Barbara Kümpel - Chamäleondeko, Vitrinenbau: Dietmar Wetzig - Glas Adolph GmbH
Datum 2019
Bildrechte Jörg Hempel

LISAR - Permanent Exhibition, Museum for Stone Age

The Kastenhof in Landau an der Isar, which was renovated and converted as part of a museum conversion in the 1990s, was to receive a new permanent exhibition. The exceptional architectural quality of the building required careful handling of the existing building. The exhibition architecture should of course blend in with the location using appropriate materials and material colors. The oak wood - a preferred construction material in the Stone Age - is also a significant medium to make it clear to the visitor that, contrary to the cliché, this was not a lifeless age, but was shaped by an organic reality. Another conceptual focus of the exhibition architecture is the consistent juxtaposition of Stone Age and contemporary exhibits on different levels of the showcases.