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The two protruding glazed corners are intended as display cases when seen from the outside, and seen from the indoors they set the exhibits in a wider context. The architects have cultivated the qualities of the different materials in a way typical of late modernism and the style often described as brutalism. The use of concrete and pine adheres to this period's ideals of architecture in the raw. In the architectural discourse of the 1960s and 70s exposed concrete was in particular seen as honest and expressive. The wood imprints on the concrete walls remind the observer of the building process and add to the interior's and exterior's raw and discernible qualities.

De Samiske Samlinger