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Schering Headquarters

Winner of a competition in 1968, the building combines a band-like structure (including a steel truss bridging Fennstraße with a deck level and four office floors built on top) with a tower of 16 floors hanging from two concrete shafts carrying elevators and staircases. While the office floors have a facade of stainless steel elements, the exterior of the lower entrance building is made of structured concrete elements. Special thanks to Andor Wagner.




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