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'slick, low-key and beautifully executed'

The design and development of the Ernsting Service Centre at Coesfeld-Lette, Germany, was overseen by Martin Ebert of David Chipperfield Architects.

The open-plan office space has large windows overlooking a landscape designed by Peter Wirtz. The buildings are slightly raised from the ground to give a sensation of floating. The plan is based around a series of gardens, courtyards and a central atrium.

A colonnade connects this new building with existing facilities.

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