The first in a series of three buildings, each intended as a manifesto, that O.M. Ungers designed for his family (and in this case for his company, too). It sparked a debate in Germany: Ungers was accused of creating a house that was too “Expressionist” and sculptural/personal. Inside, only the corridors are stone facing. Banham included it in his book on brutalism in 1966.
|Cologne Central Mosque||2020||3.8km||site_ao|
|Listening to the Future||2019||4.7km||site_ao|
|St. Johannes der Täufer, Catholic University Hospital Church||1958||3.8km||site_brutalism|
|Resurrection of Christ Church (Kirche Christi Auferstehung)||3km||site_brutalism|
|Lecture Centre and Library, University of Cologne||4.1km||site_brutalism|
|Central Canteen, University of Cologne (Zentralmensa, Universität Köln)||1969||4.4km||site_brutalism|
|House for International Law, University of Cologne (Haus für Internationale Rechtsgebiete, Universität Köln)||3.5km||site_brutalism|
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