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Tractor tracks on a concrete façade

The campus buildings of the new Agricultural Faculty of the University of Bonn are located between the former German capital city of Bonn and the German city of Meckenheim, around 20 km to the southwest. The workshop and machine hall building has special significance in the campus ensemble.

The building, around 100 m long and 20 m in depth, has a semi-circular elliptical shape enclosed on its sides with boundary walls nearly 10 m in height. The walls terminate towards the courtyard, where they create the space for the generous southeast façade. The outer walls on the northwest, in contrast,...

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