The architectural concept of this community center was to unify construction, topography and art. It is located between the local train station and a development from the 1920s. Part of this effort are steles in front of the entrance and a terraced public square which corresponds with the stepped, jagged volumes of the building. This creates a stony, rough board formed concrete landscape that does not try to compete with the neighboring garden city but rather acts as its urban backdrop. Written by Sandra Pappe
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