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Skulpturenpark, Neu-Ulm (GER)

The cooperation between Trenk Oberdorfer Architekten, the construction company Beck and the artist Kaeseberg from Leipzig showed once again that an office building does not have to look dull. On flat glass panes more than three meters high and wide the installation is positioned in front of an office building in Neu-Ulm, Germany. The pictures are transfered to the laminated safety glass with ceramic ink via digital printing.

Kaeseberg is called to be one of the most important contemporary artists from Leipzig. His artworks are mostly dominated by intense colours and basic signs like triangle, quadrangle and circle – supplemented with the plus sign. These characteristics let the office building at the sculpture park be a special eyecatcher.

Object Name: Office building at sculpture park, Neu-Ulm
Object Type:
  • office building
  • administration building
Construction Type:
  • new building
Construction Time: 2014 - 2015
Client: Schneider Geiwitz und Partner
Architect: Trenk Oberdorfer Architekten, Illertissen
Artist: Kaeseberg
Executing Company: Beck GmbH Stahl- und Metallbau, Cleebronn
Glass Types:
  • TG-PRINTdigital
Glass Amount: 110 m²
Glass Panes: 10 panes
Dimensions: up to 3,205 x 3,414 mm
Image Rights: © Nik Schölzel

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