Museum Würth 2
With the extension of Carmen Würth Forum Culture and Congress Center in Künzelsau, designed by David Chipperfield Architects, Museum Würth 2 will commence operations in an exhibition area of approx. 10,800 sq. ft. This will fulfil the long-cherished wish of entrepreneur and art collector Reinhold Würth to suitably present the quintessence of his multif aceted modern and contemporary collection on the campus of the Würth Group's headquarters.
Museum Würth 2 represents the corporation's fifth museum site in Germany. Like Museum Würth in Künzelsau and Kunsthalle Würth in Schwäbisch Hall, it will be open seven days a week, admission free. During opening hours, an art shop with a wide range of items and a café will provide opportunities for a break from a museum visit or conference round.
ARTS AND CULTURE AT WÜRTH
The opening of Museum Würth 2 will mark a further expansion of the extraordinary variety of offers for cultural experiences at the Carmen Würth Forum in the shape of fine art, which has long represented the heart of cultural engagement at Würth. Learn more
CARMEN WÜRTH FORUM
Occupying Chipperfield's elegant, lucidly designed architecture, the Carmen Würth Forum offers a multifunctional conference auditorium for 2,500 participants and an intimate chamber music hall seating 580, new combinable conference rooms for up to 700 persons, and Museum Würth 2. In short, this is both a conference center of the first rank and a site for selected events, congresses, lectures, company meetings, galas, and other gatherings. Learn more