German factory architecture, Industrial building photos, Architects news, DE works design projects
German Factory Buildings
Industrial Building Developments in Germany – Neue Deutsche Architektur
post updated 23 September 2023
German Factory Architecture
Key Architectural Projects online, alphabetical:
AEG Turbine factory aka Berlin Turbine building
Date built: 1908
Peter Behrens Architect
photo © Isabelle Lomholt
Berlin Turbine building
updated 3 Apr 2016 ; 7 Mar 2014
BMW Central Building, Leipzig, Southeast Germany
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
photography © Hélène Binet
BMW Central Building in Leipzig
In October 2004 BMW moved into the Central Building at the new Plant Leipzig premises, designed by London-based architect Zaha Hadid. The building’s design facilitates a radical new interpretation of open office landscape, delivering an even more engaging experience of connectivity and transparency within the demanding functionality.
It was the client’s objective to translate industrial architecture into an aesthetic concept that complies equally with representational and functional requirements. In the transition zones between manufacturing halls and public space the Central Building acts as a “mediator” impressing a positive permanent impact upon the eye of the beholder in a restrained semiotic way.
German Industrial Architecture welcome: [email protected]
German Factory Architecture – no images, alphabetical:
Fagus Factory, Alfeld an der Leine
Date built: 1911
Design: Walter Gropius, architect
More German Factory Buildings online soon
Location: Germany, western Europe
Architecture in Germany
German Architectural Designs – chronological list
German Architecture Awards : RIBA European Awards 2006
Federal Environment Agency Dessau + Frieder Burda Collection Museum
German Stadium Buildings – Football Arena architecture
Möglhof Athlete Center, Bavaria, southern Germany
Interior design: MALLUVIA innenarchitektur
photo : Jonathan Sage Photography
Möglhof Athlete Center, Rimsting Bavaria
The Möglhof Athlete Center building is homed bourgeois farmhouse with a long history: the location of the farm was first mentioned around 1100. In 2015, classic farming in the Möglhof was abandoned. In 2021, the former barn was completely modernized and converted into commercial units.
District Administration Building, Bad Segeberg
Architects: TCHOBAN VOSS Architekten Hamburg
photo : Daniel Sumesgutner
District Administration, Bad Segeberg
The District Administration Building project involves the construction of a new office building for the Bad Segeberg district administration. Due to its location in a large commercial area with a heterogeneous building structure, there are no urban edges to which the new building can relate.
Buildings / photos for the German Factory Architecture page welcome.