For the Weimar Bastille, TRIAD designed an adaptive, temporary multimedia space that blends harmoniously into the historical setting of this 16th century fortress. The multi-sensory installation connects this place of remembrance by means of a combination of wall graphics, information boards and media surfaces that allow for the staging of rooms within rooms. Again and again, the visitors' gaze is drawn to the old walls and the park on the river Ilm outside.
The Free State of Thuringia is host to a unique number of places where Johann Sebastian Bach lived and worked. With the Bach House and the church where he was baptised in Eisenach, the church where he was married in Dornheim, his early places of employment as an organist in Mühlhausen, Arnstadt and Weimar, as well as the homes of his ancestors in Erfurt and Wechmar, Thuringia boasts the greatest number of authentic Bach sites in Germany.
The opening is scheduled for September 2019. Further information is available directly from the weimar GmbH at www.weimar.de/bach