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Quelle Complex Nuremberg – RhineScheme

Feasibility study

The monumental building along Fürther Street was designed by the famous German architect Ernst Neufert. It was built as a shipping and logistics centre from 1953, and finally completed in five construction stages until 1969. The result was a complex of a particularly brittle beauty with façade infillings of chrome-colored hard burnt bricks and striking, almost continuously circulating exposed concrete balustrades and lintels.

Location
Nuremberg / Germany
Client
Sierra Germany GmbH
Concept
2017
Gross Floor Area
around 250,000 m²
The “Quelle mail-order machine” with its ap …

The “Quelle mail-order machine” with its approximately 250,000 m² usable area is probably the most consistent realization of a perfected logistic concept. To this day, the building impresses with monumentality and lightness.
After the insolvency of Quelle Group in 2009, 82 years after its founding, all conveyor systems were dismantled; the former function is barely visible in the building today.

In 2015, the hammer of the auctioneer fell in the foreclosure sale of the Quelle Shipping Center at 16.8 million Euros for the Portuguese real estate developer Sonae Sierra, who would like to rebuild the area.
RhineScheme’s German partner practice ksg, who developed a usage concept for the Quelle building, is also involved in the further planning. The future complex is intended to offer a mix of shopping, commercial, sports and community facilities.

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Scope of services
Business Concept & Feasibility Study
Design
Kister Scheithauer Gross (conversion concept), Ernst Neufert (existing building, 1953)