Bosch Haus Heidehof was completed in 2004 as an education centre and ancillary office wing for the Robert Bosch Haus. Architect Peter Kulka found a convincing and modern
solution to the problem of leaving the old villa intact as the architecturally dominant building, while giving the new structure a unique character of its own. Bosch Haus Heidehof consists of three staggered levels and blends harmoniously into the topography of the site. The garden level offers a view of the park, the transparent entrance hall offers lines of sight
from inside and outside in all directions, while the upper storey appears to float above the landscape. Room-high sliding windows
on all levels create a sense of openness. The site of the Robert Bosch Foundation includes two other buildings that house the
Institute for the History of Medicine and the Heidehof Stiftung of the Bosch family (text from homepage foundation).