Community Center Martin Luther
Here, large-format concrete discs and narrow parapet elements are connected via obtuse and acute angles to form a complex structure. The building is angled to connect the courtyard and park, which are moreover located on different levels. The rooms and floors are correspondingly varied in height and layout. The hall, which cantilevers far above the entrance area, is striking, and its impressive height and candle-shaped ceiling lighting give it a sacred character.
This multifaceted architecture is precisely executed with precast concrete elements. In Concrete Rudolph's planning office, every element is worked out in detail in CAD plans, right down to the pipes and connections. The formwork robot implements these plans with millimeter precision - regardless of whether right-angled walls or complex geometries are involved. There is no need for time-consuming formwork work on the construction site. Precisely fitting elements with cleanly formed joints and edges are delivered there.
The limited budget, the desire for a short construction period and the desired design were decisive for the execution of the community center:The choice fell on core-insulated precast elements with exposed concrete surfaces on both sides.
Dr. Daniel P. Meister