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Darmstadtium, Darmstadt, D

Darmstadtium - the meeting place of science, economics and culture

The "Darmstadtium" is a science and congress centre in the heart of Darmstadt. Its name was inspired by the name of the chemical element discovered in Darmstadt and subsequently named "Darmstadtium". The rooms and halls are all named after chemical elements, including the 26th "small hall" that was added in 2013 and named after the 26th element of the periodic table "Ferrum".

The building was designed by the Viennese architect Talik Chalabi. The building has a sculptural appearance in the neo-constructivist style and has four interlocking building elements which are characterised by a pronounced lack of orthogonality. The outward-tilting facades rise up from V-shaped concrete columns and have extensively sloping angular glass surfaces.

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Impressionen von der Bau 2019
Impressionen von der Bau 2019