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Architecture of Baden Wurttemburg

13 January 2010

1370 – Townhall, Ulm, Baden Wurttemburg

The fine Gothic-Renaissance Ulm Town Hall of 1370 is decorated with brightly coloured frescos. Everything on this building has been decorated or is there for decorative effect from the figurative gargoyles, window surrounds,...

13 January 2010

1545 – Münster, Ulm, Baden Wurttemburg

The magnificent early Gothic cathedral, capable of containing 30,000 people was begun in 1377, and carried on at intervals till 1545. During this period, work was undertaken by some of the greatest builders...

11 November 2013

1873 – The Building Trade Schools, Stuttgart, Germany

Architect: Oberbaurath Joseph Von Egle This school was conceived to enable craftsmen to carry out their trades in the summer, and to further their education in the winter, when construction had to be...

02 September 2012

1876 – Johanneskirche, Stuttgart, Germany

Architect: Friedrich von Leins A protestant Gothic church built on a picturesque street and parkland. After the second world war the Church was reconstructed up to the main tower, but was left incomplete...

13 January 2010

1990 – Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein

Architect: Frank Gehry The museum building was Frank Gehry’s first building in Europe, realised in cooperation with the Lörrach architect Günter Pfeifer. Together with the museum, which was originally just designed to house...

13 January 2010

1993 – Stadthaus, Ulm, Baden Wurttemburg

Architect: Richard Meier & Partners Sited across from the Münster, Meier’s Stadthaus is a tourist information & arts centre for the city of Ulm. Uncomprisingly modern and in his trademark style, postcards of...