Fascinating, legendary vehicles deserve to be presented in a fitting building. Located directly next to the headquarters of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, the Porsche Museum is a bold architectural statement designed by Austrian architects Delugan-Meissl. Supported on just three V-shaped columns, its dominant structure seems to float above the ground like an alien monolith. Inside it rests an exhibition space of 5,600 square metres. Underneath it, the main entrance and facilities are allocated within an impressive urban landscape that forms an inverted pedestal for the monolith, seemingly curved into the ground. The volume of both the monolith and the base landscape looks different from every angle thanks to its expressive polygonal geometry. The museum is a bold avant-garde architectural gesture that forms a proper home for the icons of the automotive industry, the historic Porsche cars.