Car history buffs rejoice! If you ever wanted to see a complete timeline of 120 years of automotive history, you’ll want to check out the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. You’ll have to trek through nine levels as the museum presents 160 vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits! A feast for the eyes, indeed!
Lucky for those of us who can’t make our way over to Germany, Mercedez-Benz just released around 100 new photos of the 16,500-square-meter facility. Head on over to AutoBlog to see all of these inspiring images. You’ll see some fabulously designed cars as well as some breathtaking architecture. The museum itself is designed by the UNStudio of Dutch architects van Berkel and Bos, Amsterdam who was inspired by the double helix structure of the DNA spiral for the building’s interior. Why? It illustrates the Mercedes-Benz brand’s philosophy of originality – to continuously create radically new products to advance the cause of human mobility.
Even if you’re not a Mercedes fan, you can really appreciate how beautiful the design of this museum truly is.