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St. Reinold

St. Reinhold is the consequent realization of the demand for a unpretentious, functional architecture. The construction is reduced to a simple hall and a separate bell tower. The façade originally was completely closed besides the window above the entrance, while the fins on the sides were added at a later point. The only decorative element was the glass window, an abstract representation of a Gothic rose window. Written by Sandra Pappe

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