P & C Lübeck

At the very heart of Lübeck’s historical centre a new commercial building was constructed. The building had to be inserted very carefully into the UNESCO-listed Old Town. For this reason the roof played a major role in the design concept. The roof consists of 16 shells in reinforced concrete that have a thickness of 14 cm each. In plan view the shells are trapezoids that are arranged in alternating alignments. The shells span 8.75 m in cross direction and up to 28 m in machine direction.

Architecture
Ingenhoven Architekten, Düsseldorf/Germany

Planning time
2000 − 2003

Construction time
2003 − 2005

Services by Werner Sobek
Structural engineering (WP 1 − 3 acc. to § 64 HOAI)

Client
Marktplatz Lübeck GbR/Germany

Photography
H.G. Esch, Hennef/Germany

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