The gallery and school of arts are planned in two separate buildings which were consequently developed as one common structural unit. In this way the wish of synergies and the intention to facilitate cooperation of the two content independent cultural institutions will be structurally expressed. At the same time a strong urban development ensemble will be created. With the museum square and the terrace of the Rems two new different urban places will be created that make it possible for diverse use of culture, arts, leisure and relaxation. All in all the value of this part of the Rems river bend will increase and develop to an attractive and eventful area of the centre of Waiblingen and will be integrated into the future urban life. Two approximately 6m high, mainly single-storey structures in the style of a hall are planned for the rooms of the gallery and the school of arts. Therefore they correspond in an ideal manner to the favoured workshop character of both institutions and cause an inspiring and concentrated atmosphere.
The all-glass Kubus imports transparent retreat areas into large office spaces. The elegant aluminium structure of Kubus I with its all-glass design flush to the outside fits smoothly into the existing architecture. In addition to the quality of the design, the Kubus models offer excellent sound insulation. Even in the single-glazed version, sound level differences of up to 34 dB have been achieved.
Print article. Their slightly abstract air softens the transition between the narrow alleyways of the old town and the broad open spaces beyond. At first glance the two buildings seem identical, but the horizontal division of the facade of the arts centre gives a hint of the differences in the interior: it marks the line of the mezzanine overlooking a central hall extending over two floors. At the main entrance a translucent expanded-metal gate pivots open along the full height of the building.