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Johannes XXIII

Designed by sculptor Josef Rikus, who says he only relied on architect Heinz Buchmann for the technical realization. On the interior, the spatial/conceptual idea of having the services held under a large concrete tree soon becomes apparent. The exterior is less figurative. There, the load-bearing panels required seem to have been slotted together as if in an interlocking card game.



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