The North Jutland Art Museum is a prime example of modern Scandinavian architecture. Built from 1968 to 1972, it was designed by Elissa and Alvar Aalto as a showplace for 20th-century Danish and international art.
Common elements shared by all three bridges, indicate that these separate structures belong to one family.
The triangular blue concrete building, conceived as a sponge saturated with water, blends with the sky and the Mediterranean Sea.
The stainless steel addition appears to have grown out of the still visible concrete facades of the bunker.
The concept of displacement and fluidity is reflected in the circulation, with stairs, ramps and emergency tubes, playing leading roles in the architectonic space.