Monument im Fruchtland 3 3006 Bern
On the outskirts of the federal city, Italian star architect Renzo Piano constructed the renowned Paul Klee Center in 2005. Along with the largest Klee collection in the world, you’ll find a variety of shopping and entertainment options, as well as a beautiful venue for special events and, most importantly, a thriving artistic community.
A new monument, the Zentrum Paul Klee, opened in the 2005 in the federal city of Bern, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The wave-like structure, made of steel and glass, is a work of art in and of itself, designed by Italian superstar architect Renzo Piano.
The three gentle hills and smooth contours of the building complement the natural environment. Wonderful strolls await you in this area, which is bounded on all sides by open fields and a large park.
When taking a trip through the paths of the Paul Klee Center, you will regularly come across street signs with cryptic names. There are 18 different walkways surrounding the structure, all of which are titled after works by Klee.