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post updated 30 March 2024

Wolfsburg Architecture Designs – chronological list

Wolfsburg Developments

Architectural Developments in this North German city, alphabetical order:


Porsche Pavilion

Wolfsburg Buildings

VW Autostadt Roof and Service Pavilion

Location: Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany, western Europe

German Architecture

Contemporary Architecture in Germany – architectural selection below:

German Architects

German Architecture

VW Autostadt Roof and Service Pavilion building designed by Graft Gesellschaft von Architektem / landscape architect wes Landschaftsarchitektur:
VW Autostadt Roof and Service Pavilion Wolfsburg
image from architecture offie

Porsche Pavilion building designed by Henn Architekten:
Porsche Pavilion Wolfsburg building
photograph : HG Esch

Phaeno Science Centre building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, London, UK:
Phaeno Science Centre
photo : Werner Huthmacher

Wolfsburg, Germany

Wolfsburg is the fifth largest city in the German state of Lower Saxony. Located on the River Aller northeast of Braunschweig (Brunswick), it lies about 75 km (47 mi) east of Hanover and 230 km (143 mi) west of Berlin.

Wolfsburg is famous as the location of the headquarters of Volkswagen AG, and for being one of the few German cities built during the first half of the 20th century. From its foundation on 1 July 1938 as a home for workers producing the “KdF-Wagen” (VW Beetle) until 25 May 1945 the city was called “Stadt des KdF-Wagens bei Fallersleben”. In 1972 the population first exceeded 100,000.

This German city is located at the Southern edge of the ancient river valley of the Aller at the Mittellandkanal (Midland Canal). It is bordered by the districts of Gifhorn and Helmstedt.
Source: wikipedia

This is the index page for architectural projects in this north German city on the e-architect website

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