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The Palais Lanz, built in 1913 as the residence of Mannheim industrialist Karl Lanz, is considered the most important preserved monument of French Belle Époque architecture in Germany. Built at the time of its construction as the largest private house in the city, Palais Lanz is currently and in the future to be used as a representative building with office and administrative space as well as function rooms after many years of use by the telecommunications office.

Office and administration building | Event

Existing building - renovation and conversion

Fire protection planning
Implementation planning
Object monitoring