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Sine wave as façade

A new railroad station now serves the north of the German city of Ingolstadt. The complex consists of an office building with annexed parking structure and a bus station with travel center on the ground floor. The office building has three upper floors, and the parking garage has three upper levels and one roof level.

The façade features 224 narrow, vertically arranged ivory-color concrete pilaster strips, each 13.20 m long, whose recesses in the building façade are shaped like sine waves. The pilaster-strip façade visually unites the various uses of the building, creating a uniform outer...

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