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Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

This is a Lecture Hall Building designed by Deubzer König + Rimmel Architectslocated at the Technical University of Munich in Germany. Because the limited budget and a very short planning and building period, they built it using wooden structure. This building will lasts for 10-20 years. This building has square shape with waving pattern on its facade. It contains two lecture halls with 479 and 288 seats. Below these seats there are the foyer, the bathrooms and the technical facilities. For the facade they use rough cut spruce planks coating in black wood stain to make the aging process not visible.

front of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

front of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

side of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

side of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

night on Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

night on Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

inside Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

inside Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

corridor of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

corridor of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

hall room of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

hall room of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

lecture space of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

lecture space of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

seats of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

seats of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

stairs of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

stairs of Lecture Hall Building Built Using Wooden Structure

Photographs: Henning Köpke

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