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The museum building is separated into two wings by an axial corridor with glazed ends. The main entrance is the central focal point. The exhibition wing has five rooms of varying sizes connected by two cross-axial passages, again, with glazed ends and views of the surrounding landscape. The principle of the plan is additive which allows for the exhibition areas to expand eastwards with more office space to the south. This is illustrated by the arrows on the original plans presented in the magazine "Byggekunst" 2/1972.

De Samiske Samlinger