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Finkernagel Ross

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Finkernagel Ross - Stahlwerk Anbau

Finkernagel Ross

Re-housing of a steam engine, offering a a new visitor experience. Shortlisted for AJ Small Projects 2013.








After the successful transformation of the Neue Hammerhalle steel factory, we were invited by the same client to re-house a nineteenth-century steam engine, following the demolition of the dilapidating original premises. The goal of this project was to make this remarkable piece of technology – the only one of its kind still in operation – accessible to the public, and boosting the company’s profile in the process.

The steam engine is displayed in an enclosed vitrine delicately perched on a cantilevered concrete plinth; it forms part of a semi-public open air industrial museum of decommissioned early-twentieth-century production machines located in the area surrounding the company’s office building.

The project was shortlisted for the 2013 AJ small project awards.