The Gewandhaus concert house, Paulinerkirche church, Augustusplatz square – the Goldschmidtstrasse residential complex is located in Leipzig’s nicest neighbourhood. Every single square metre here is historically intriguing: a bookshop once flourished here almost 200 years ago before the Mitteldeutsche Zeitung’s (Central German Newspaper) publishing house and editorial office later occupied the space.
The windows in the residential home on Alte Herrenhäuser Strasse in Hanover aren’t your standard format: the senior home loggias are corner-connected to each other over three storys, and the three common rooms, which are inviting and bright on the inside thanks to the floor-to-ceiling window to the city’, offer lovely views of the outdoor green surroundings.
Light and dark contrasts are the central characteristic of the residential and commercial building located centrally in Kerpen’s district of Sindorf.
Koblenz is known for its “Deutsches Eck” – the headland where the Mosel river meets the Rhine and where the monumental equestrian statue of German Emperor William I stands.
The Vredeskerk in Tilburg was a church for over 60 years. Today, it serves an excellent example of how religious architecture can be transformed into a modern living environment.
City, forest, lake: the old Hanseatic city of Szczecin is now the centre of the Polish voivodeship of West Pomerania. On the northern edge of the city of 400,000 inhabitants lies the Apartamenty Warszewo housing complex, which consists of five four-storey buildings.
Leipzig ahoy: so much is being built at Lindenau Harbour in the west of Leipzig that a new city district is virtually growing up here: The Hafentor Quarter is being built on a 40,000 square metre site, comprising 500 new apartments, underground garages, a daycare centre and smaller commercial units for offices, practices, cafés and shops.
Gateway to the water: the Dutch town of Sneek is shaped by water. Its landmark is the medieval water gate, which closed the waterway into the city during attacks; the old town can still be circumnavigated by water on the Stadtgracht and Sneek is a Mecca for wakeboarders.
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