1922 – 1926
Architect: Dominikus Böhm
Johannesplatz 1, Neu-Ulm
A three-aisled, staggered nave with an indented choir, conical chapel buildings, tower in the southern corner of the choir and monumental west work with raised central risalit. Originally a neo-Romanesque brick building from 1857, designed by Georg von Stengel. Extended and completely redesigned by Dominikus Böhm from 1922 to 1926.
Dominikus Böhm looked for ways to give rhythm to the room and finally created an expressive spatial architecture and a key building of modern sacral architecture.