On December 16, 2016, the German Bundesbank celebrated the opening of the new Money Museum in Frankfurt. Alongside the official speech by President of the Bundesbank Dr. Jens Weidemann, Jürgen Engel also addressed guests as the architect behind the extension. The extension supplements the existing building, which was also created by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten back in 1999. The complex, which consists of offices, a library, an archive and the Money Museum is being expanded by around 500 m² and supplemented with a cafeteria, an additional training room for the museum’s educational activities and a room for special exhibitions. In order to create room for a bigger exhibition space, the former back wall of the museum was demolished and the walls above it retained with supports so that the extension could protrude out from the building like a drawer. In visual terms, a glass seam links the existing building to the extension. The new Money Museum covers an area totaling 1,500 m² and outlines the history of money in multimedia form, thus making it interesting and accessible for visitors.