Headquarters of the company “Karstadt” (1965-69) in Essen, Germany, by Walter Brune
Research and Computation Center (1968-73) in Leoben, Austria, by Eilfried Huth
Circustheater (1962-72) in Scheveningen, the Netherlands, by Rein Fledderus
It is located in Eving, on the Evinger Straße. The source says that it was renovated and the interior has been updated, there has been an addition to it that was done in white plaster and the doors and windows have been renewed, but otherwise it was in its original state in 2002. But I didn’t find it on google maps, the post is now in another building, so I don’t know wether it still exists.
Let’s hope for the best! But I guess that 50s architecture is far less endagered by wrecker’s balls than e.g. brutalist, raw concrete buildings from 60s and 70s. So chances are that it still exists :)
Branch Office of Commerzbank in Münster, Germany. The so-called “Sendenscher Hof” in the foreground was built in the 17th-century by Johannes Quinken and rebuilt after having been destroyed during WWII. The brutalist extension was designed by Harald Deilmann and built in 1972.
Church St Suso (1972) in Überlingen, Germany, by Wolfgang Lauber
If you look closely on the Post office, you can see the Word Post above the door, just love the typesetting and style of that. By the way, I am from Dortmund!
I totally agree with you! The old post signs as well as the typesetting are still gorgeous. You don’t happen to know where in Dortmund the post office is located or whether it still exists?
Post Office (1956) in Dortmund, Germany, designed and built by Oberpostdirektion Dortmund
Commercial Center “Schwabylon” (1973) in Munich, Germany, by Justus Dahinden
Research Center of IBM (1956-70) in Uithoorn, the Netherlands, by Dick van Mourik
Concert Hall “Vredenburg” (1978-79) in Utrecht, the Netherlands, by Herman Hertzberger
Johanneskerk (1962) in St Jansklooster, the Netherlands, by A.C. Nicolai
Town Hall (1963-70) in Sindelfingen, Germany, by Günter Wilhelm & Jürgen Schwarz
Hermann-Stöhr-Haus (1973-75) in Berlin, Germany, by Peter Lehrecke & Rainald Neumann
Dormitory for Nurses (1975) in Bethel, Germany, by Martin, Lausberg, Wollenburg & Bielefeld