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The Schlossberg School was already designed and built as such in 1909-1911 by the architect Heinrich Metzendorf. The school is characterized by formal objectivity and solid craftsmanship. Here, traditional architectural elements are skillfully combined with new forms still influenced by Art Nouveau; in their entirety, they offer an individual, yet typical appearance for the time.

School construction

Existing building - renovation + conversion

Fire protection planning