Eiermann Building Apolda
The Eiermann Building in Apolda is an icon of industrial architecture. The 1930s changes to this factory building, made in the style of the New Architecture established Egon Eiermann’s reputation. The architect, little known at the time, had been commissioned to expand a former weaving mill. The building, with its multi-storey reinforced-concrete frame, its light-flooded halls and its roof terrace modelled on a ship’s deck, is still regarded as an outstanding example of sustainable building conversion. Eiermann later became one of the most prominent German architects of the post-war period.
Eiermannbau Auenstraße 11 99510 Apolda
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