Euroboden reveals visuals of "brutalist" Hammerschmidt office in Munich



Dezeen promotion: Euroboden has revealed visuals of a concrete office building near Munich, Germany, designed by Arno Brandlhuber and Muck Petzet.

Named Hammerschmidt, the linear “brutalist structure” will measure 16,000 square-metres and contain a series of customisable workspaces available to rent by businesses of any kind.

Working in collaboration with architects Brandlhuber and Petzet, who recently completed a concrete mixed-use block in Berlin, it challenges Euroboden’s typical design of high-end apartment blocks.

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