Living Amenities in a Renal Condominium Unit

The new porsche museum.

Living Amenities in a Renal Condominium Unit

The Porsche Museum

The new Porsche Museum is located at Zuffenhausen, a city district of Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, immediately next to the headquarters of Porsche Automobile Holding SE.
The exhibition area covers 5,600 square meters and features around 80 car exhibits, with many rare cars and a variety of historical models.
The museum was designed by the architects Delugan Meissel, while the exhibition spaces were designed by HG Merz who was also involved in the construction of the award winning Mercedes-Benz Museum.
The original Porsche museum opened in 1976 in a side-road near the Porsche factory. It was a relatively small works museum with limited parking space and it was only big enough to hold around 20 exhibits.
The museum was upgraded at a cost of over 100 million euros, and was reopened on January 31, 2009. Work on the new Porsche Museum began in 2003. A storyboard consisting of relevant topics, exhibits and their presentation was drafted and a permanent exhibition was designed.
The museum features several attractions.
The “Porsche Milestone” is an interactive timeline that shows the family history and vehicle history of Porsche starting in 1875, which is the birth year of Ferdinand Porsche.
As for the exhibition concept, the exhibition guides the visitor through the company’s product history. The so-called “Porsche Idea” is based on characteristic attributes such as “Fast,” “Light,” “Clever,” “Powerful,” “Intense,” and “Consistent,” with exhibits explaining each keyword on display.
The “Museum on Wheels” is a long-established philosophy wherein the regular re-arrangement and re-combining of the exhibits are conducted constantly, instead of a conventional static exhibition.
The Porsche Museum houses a Central Department offering all the historical and contemporary knowledge about Porsche. The Historical Archive of Porsche AG was moved also into the edifice. The Porsche Archive collects all important information concerning the business, technical, social, or cultural matters related to Porsche AG and its subsidiary companies.
There is a dedicated Museum Workshop where classic racing and sports cars are maintained. The museum workshop personnel prepare all classic vehicles for appearances worldwide, regularly service them and perform any necessary repairs.
In the Museum Shop you can find interesting and attractive items related to Porsche history. You can buy small souvenirs or collector items such as books, calendars, DVDs, model cars, T-shirts, etc. There is also a second-hand bookshop in the Museum Shop. This contains a large collection of historical literature and automobilia.
The Porsche Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M., with the last admission set at 5:30 P.M. The price of the admission ticket for adults is 8 euros, while the price of group tickets for groups consisting of 10 persons or more is 6 euros.
This museum is perfect for the Porsche fan, or any automobile fan, for that matter. At a cost of just 8 euros, the visitor may be able to know the in-depth background and history of Porsche, a major player in the automobile industry.