Le jardin au printemps © musée du quai Branly photos Cyrille Weiner
Designed by Gilles Clément, the garden is an integral part of the Museum: a bushy garden, sheltered from the noise of the quai by a high glass fence, it stretches over 18,000m² and gives the impression of abundance for those strolling past (visitors to the Museum, residents in the area, people walking by).
Exploring the garden with the 360+ module
An innovative piece of technology, the 360+ immersion module enables the user to visit the museum garden as if they were really there, guided by the commentary of Gilles Clément.
With 360° shots, superimposed video and audio commentary from the landscaper, this technology offers the user an intuitive way of finding their way around in a highly original visit of the musée du quai Branly's garden. A simple to use immersive video allows them to let their gaze wander freely, move about and change direction at any time.
navigating within module 360+
- Press the button marked "Lecture" to start the video
- Click with your mouse and hold to change the point of view
- Use the menu bar which appears at the bottom
- You can also view the module full screen in a new window
Discovering the Garden
A place of nature and culture, the Garden is an "invitation to embark on a journey": pathways, small hills, tracks paved with river stones, ponds conducive to meditation and dreaming... 169 trees and approximately thirty plant species have been brought together: oaks and maples on the north side, magnolias and cherry trees on the south side.
Thanks to its stilts construction, the garden passes underneath the Museum, the belly of which is planted with grassy undergrowth: here visitors to the Museum will find the ticket counters located outside. The Garden also encloses a théâtre de verdure that hosts shows, lectures and concerts in the open air.
The garden through the seasons
Le jardin en été © musée du quai Branly photos Cyrille Weiner
Le jardin à l'automne © musée du quai Branly photos Cyrille Weiner
Le jardin en hiver © musée du quai Branly photos Cyrille Weiner