Found project: Gustav-Adolf-Kirche

    Project : Gustav-Adolf-Kirche

    Language variant : Gustav Adolf Church

    Architect : Elsaesser, Martin & Planck, G.

    Completion: 1928

    Locality : Frankfurt am Main

    Country : Germany

    Building style : Modern architecture (not specified)

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    Description :

    Martin Elsaesser designed the Gustav-Adolf-Church on an octagon floor plan. On the sides of the building, a rectangular tower rises in the southwest and in the porch are located the main entrance, a baptismal chapel, and a gallery.

    Behind the altar and pulpit is the sacristy and in the basement there are community rooms. Martin Elsaesser included here parts of the early 14th century St. George church.

    A horizontal window band, under the concrete pyramid copper-shed roof, is repeated in the details and vertical structured openings of the tower.

    Kalusche, Bernd & Setzepfandt, Wolf-Christian: Architekturführer Frankfurt am Main, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin 1992, p. 159.

    Ed. and transl. Heikki Nikkinen

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    Image © Arto Kuorikoski

    Image © Arto Kuorikoski