Galileo Satellite Control Centre, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany - The outside of the building resembles a medieval fortress. The facade is comprised of window openings as well as pre-determined regular tie points and horizontal pilaster strips.

Galileo Satellite Control Centre
Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Monolithic structure using architectural concrete

Length: 48 m
Height: 15 m
Span: 42 m
Footprint: 1.800 m²

Architects: Schultes Frank Architekten, Berlin; aichner kazzer architekten, Munich

 

 

Main Application
Low- and Mid-Rise Buildings
Project participants
Customer: Dechant Hoch- und Ingenieurbau GmbH & Co.KG, Weismain

The Project

Impressions from the project process

Project Information

Stefan Schütz, Senior Site Foreman, Galileo Satellite Centre
Stefan Schütz, Senior Site Foreman, Galileo Satellite Centre
Stefan Schütz
Senior Site Foreman
We received a perfect solution for the inclined tower right from the very first use. Delivery was on time and the formwork elements were accurate down to a millimetre. Thus, we are on schedule and are achieving a maximum of form precision and surface result.

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Galileo Satellite Control Centre, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany - The outside of the building resembles a medieval fortress. The facade is comprised of window openings as well as pre-determined regular tie points and horizontal pilaster strips.
Galileo Satellite Control Centre, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany - The outside of the building resembles a medieval fortress. The facade is comprised of window openings as well as pre-determined regular tie points and horizontal pilaster strips.