A fairy tale wonderland will be created for the Hans Christian Andersen Museum

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

 

The City of Odense in Denmark, will be getting an innovative and enchanting new Hans Christian Andersen Museum, as soon as they obtain funding, which will hopefully be this year.

 

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

In collaboration with the Danish firms Cornelius+Vöge Architects, the MASU Planning Landscape Architects and Eduard Troelsgård Engineers, Kengo Kuma and Associates won the competition for the museum, that will revolve around the author’s fairy tales.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

The museum will feature various buildings and magical spots that are hidden throughout a garden.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

Here is the proposed view from inside one of the buildings.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

Enchanting spaces will keep visiting children entertained.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

There will also be exhibition spaces.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

All of the buildings are hidden away in a curvy maze-like garden.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

Hidden within the garden are magical spaces, that look like they’re straight out of a fairy tale.

Hans Christian Andersen Museum by Kengo Kuma

© Kengo Kuma

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