Old liqueur factory,Horn

RP Technik as part of a renaissance!

In 1934, this large, four-storey brick Gothic-style factory was built at the former headquarters of the Horn liqueur factory, with architecture reminiscent of a medieval castle. On the ground floor, six gates with pointed arches were used for the delivery and collection of goods. The gates in the style of Gothic pointed arch windows are fitted with huge yet delicate steel windows from the rp fineline series. The multiple division of the glass by slender steel profiles serves the function: in the centre is a double-leaf door, above which is a tilting fanlight. The doors themselves are designed without thresholds.


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