With over 4,500 exhibits the Land Transport collections are among the largest, most valuable, and oldest of the Deutsches Museum collections.
The foundation of the collections is 500 fully-functioning vehicles ranging from the large steam engine to a child’s scooter and numerous pieces that document the infrastructures required for transport and traffic. There is also a collection of mobile sports equipment, such as skis, ice skates and roller skates, in addition to carrying and transport aids of all kinds, including chests and baggage. Technical components, accessories, fittings, and various model collections round off the holdings.
brodbeck design has been entrusted with the exhibition design, the interior architectural presentation and the graphic appearance. Project management and supervision of the implementation followed. Halle III was inaugurated in 2003.
Team: Karin Egger, Andreas Utzmeier