Bibliothek Luckenwalde by FF Architekten and Martina Wronna, Luckenwalde, Germany


Berlin architects Ralf Fleckenstein and Katharina Feldhusen of FF Architekten in collaboration with Martina Wronna designed  this public library in Luckenwalde, Germany.

The project involved the conversion of a former railway station into a public library and includes an extension to the existing building that houses the children’s library. The project has set a striking example, not only from a town planning point of view. Behind the glittering TECU® Gold façade are the children’s and youths’ sections of the buildings that are now used as the town library. In view of the problems in the built-up surroundings of the complex, the shape and design of the façade challenges people to consider the potential town development has for change – and, above all, they offer the younger generation an inviting, lively and modern town library.

Photos by Andreas Meichsner
Via Architecture.name

Other projects of AFF Architekten on Archide:
+ Museum Castle Freudenstein by AFF Architekten, Germany

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