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Palais Weißer Hirsch

The building, originally built as a wine tavern named Koppeltsche Weinstube in 1893 and converted numerous times, is part of the historic spa complex Lahmann Sanatorium. The sandstone and brick ensemble with its two wings was in a disastrous condition following the departure of its last user, the occupying Soviet Army in East Germany until 1994.

Only the façade, the elevator shaft, the stairs and a few timber elements could be preserved and reused. The rest of the building had to be rebuilt from the ground up with an enormous expenditure of time, finances and expertise.


You can find further information on our project website

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