Das Bundesarbeitsgericht in Erfurt

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Richter, 2002 - Architecture - 93 pages
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In 1995, young Berlin architect Gesine Weinmiller won the competition to design the Federal Court of Labor in Erfurt, Germany. Weinmiller's severe, rectangular, four-story building, with its inner courtyards and gridded facade, gives the effect of a monolithic block: an allegory of reason, a nostalgic monument to order. Klaus Kinold's photographs document the building from excavation to completion.

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