From the jury minutes: Two clean trapezoidal structures are juxtaposed with the monastery: The larger one houses all the museum functions, while the smaller one is a replacement for the music pa­vilion. The slope of the longitudinal walls, which is the same for both structures, is derived from the gabled roofs of Klausen, emblematically depicted in the painting by Alexander Kanoldt. The roofing with ceramic tiles references the roof of the monastery and is reminiscent of the plumage on the backs of Alexander Koester’s ducks.