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30 Aug 2013
Design: von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp)
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After a construction period of four years, the city of Gelsenkirchen is this weekend celebrating the opening of its new town hall, which was converted to plans by the architects von Gerkan, Marg and Partners (gmp).
In addition to speeches, tours of the premises and other festivities, gmp founding partner Volkwin Marg, town planner Kuni¬bert Wachten and architectural critic Dieter Bartetzko will be talking about this new building on old foundations in a round-table discussion.
Gelsenkirchen Buildings – Historic
Date built: 1788
Architect: Engelbert Kleinhansz
Date built: 1573
The Bleckkirche, Bismarck
Hans Sachs House
Gelsenkirchen Buildings – Contemporary
Nordstern Colliery – disused
Consol Park – Consolidation Park: former Colliery Head frame
Gelsenkirchen Amphitheatre, Nordstern Park
Architect: Werner Ruhnau
Gelsenkirchen Science Park – Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen
Architects: Kiessler + Partners
Double Arch Bridge, Rhine-Herne Canal
Date built: 1997
Architects Feldmeier + Wrede
Gelsenkirchen Stadium – Arena Auf Schalke building
Dates built: 1998–2001
Architects: Hentrich, Petschnigg und Partner
The Veltins-Arena is a state of the art stadium for the World Cup 2006.
Concerts & Opera are also held at the Gelsenkirchen Stadium.
More hgih-quality contemporary building designs and major NRW property developments are welcome for this page.
Location: Gelsenkirchen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, north west Germany, western Europe
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