The radically modernist structures that form the Groninger Museum stand in a canal opposite Groningen railway station. The museum exhibits modern and contemporary art of local, national, and international artists. The current post-modernist building consists of three main pavilions designed individually by different architects and was completed in 1994. The three building blocks consist of : a silver cylindrical building designed by Philippe Starck, a yellow tower by Alessandro Mendini, and a pale blue deconstructivist space by Coop Himmelb(l)au. The three pavilions rise from the water, all of which rest on the bottom of the junction canal.
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