the 450 m long wall that runs along the urban motorway of Saarbrücken is the largest continuous legal spraying surface in Germany.
the vaulted cellars in Maxéville are made of stone and concrete and have a surface area of 4.500 m², of which 2.500 m² are secured and comprise: two large cellar rooms (50 m in length, 8 m in width
memorial site on the grounds of the former Thil concentration camp. The camp was put in place to house workers which were used as forced labour in a nearby iron mine.
Oberkail is a municipality in the southern Eifel region, surrounded by prairie landscapes and forests.
This railway building, which dates back to the 19th century Gründerzeit (literally "Founders Epoch"), was entirely transformed to serve as a photo studio and event location.
Three-storeyed villa in the St. Arnual quarter of Saarbrücken. Built in 1896, the clinker brick building formerly served as an officers' mess and later as a theatre space.
the Filmhaus (literally film house) is a communal art house cinema with three screening rooms.
the E-Werk (a former electric power station) is an event space of approx. 1900 m² (29,9 m x 63,5 m) with a capacity of 3500-4000 spectators.
located at an intersection in the small rural town of Marnach in northern Luxembourg, the wood-panelled cubist construction reminiscent of a factory building was conceived by architect Romain Hoffm
modern building, particular architecture, good interior construction, multiple possibilities for use