Subsidiary museums and events of the Spanish company Acciona has completed the design of the House of European History in Brussels, while also making the technical development of this museum project of the European Parliament, which is scheduled for late 2015 .

Based in Brussels, the House of European History is a museum project of the European Parliament to give citizens the opportunity to learn the history of this continent and reflect on their implications for the present, whose design has performed and completed its subsidiary museums and events Acciona productions and design, Now also in charge of technical development

Los 4.000 metros cuadrados de la futura Casa de la Historia de Europa -que se ubicará en el recién remodelado edificio Eastman del Parque Léopold, en el centro de Bruselas-, ofrecerán a los visitantes una colección de objetos y documentos representativos, que reflejará tanto la diversidad e historia del continente como sus raíces comunes. Este museo contribuirá además a que se comprenda más el origen de las instituciones europeas, empleando para ello tanto métodos tradicionales como los últimos recursos audiovisuales e interactivos.

The museum project developed by the European Parliament and designed by Acciona Productions and Design will offer visitors all the information translated in the twenty official languages ​​of the European Union. To do this, each visitor will receive a tablet that will guide you through the museum, automatically translating all content and providing additional resources through various audiovisual information, images, graphics and texts.

Structure exposure

The ground floor and the first floor is devoted to temporary exhibitions, leaving the second for the permanent collection, where visitors will have an overview of the geographical changes and developments in Europe over time, as well as cultural heritage, social and history of the continent.

El resto de las plantas presentarán cronológicamente la historia de Europa, recorriendo sus grandes hitos desde su entrada en la modernidad en el siglo XIX, al convertirse Europa en una potencia mundial: de su mito fundacional hasta la formación de los países, la época de las revoluciones, las dos Guerras Mundiales, las tensiones entre la democracia y el totalitarismo, la división política durante la Guerra Fría, la caída de la dictadura en el sur de Europa, el derrumbe de los países socialistas y la caída del Telón de Acero. Los visitantes recibirán una visión didáctica sobre los hitos que marcan el proceso de europeización.

On the top floor, visitors can give their opinion on several European topics, play games, learn about Brussels and enjoy an audiovisual experience about diversity and the vast heritage of Europe.

Origins of the project

Hans-Gert Pöttering, President of the European Parliament between 2007 and 2009, who proposed the idea of ​​creating a House of European History for all citizens to know the history of the continent.

In his inauguration of the office he noted that "will be a place where jointly cultivate the memory of European history and the work of European unification and which at the same time, will be available as the place where citizens present and future continue shaping the European identity. "

The adaptation works the museum project began in November 2012 and Acciona Productions and Design joined the project in April 2013 to carry out the design and execution of the project.


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