The adjoining piece of land around the museum forms an isolated area of the peninsula covering 8.000 m2. After a careful consideration, we came up with the idea of laying out a sculpture park. The wide expanse of water, green vegetation, the architectural design of the museum and distant traces of civilisation endow this place with the character of an oasis of peace and intimacy, giving vent to deep feelings. The area surrounding the elongated shape of the peninsula in front of and behind the museum was designed as a park covered with grass and trees, providing a site for outdoor sculptures and objects. Thus the display of artworks in the Danubiana park has acquired a further dimension. The symbiosis of the interior and the exterior indicated in the concept of the building highlights the natural setting and its harmony with humans.