The stacked building is an ode to drawing—it has architectural sketches etched into its concrete facade.
The museum's office and meeting room are housed in the glass penthouse.
The wooden door mimics the structure's textured exterior.
The Museum for Architectural Drawing joins other cultural institutions located in the Prenzlauer Berg district in Berlin, including the Aedes gallery.
The exterior of each story features its own motif, which wraps around the building repetitively.