Stuttgart: Market Hall

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

1911 – 1914

Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Dorotheenstraße 4, Stuttgart

Martin Elsaesser created with the market hall one of the most important buildings of the Stuttgart reform archi­tecture. A functio­n­alist reinforced concrete construction is visible inside the building, segmented girders span the 25-metre wide hall, which is lit by a glass roof.

In 1916, the Ceres fountain made of green-blue majolica by artist Ulfert Janssen was installed in the marketplace.

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

Markthalle, 1911-1914. Architekt: Martin Elsaesser

Market hall, 1911–1914. Architect: Martin Elsaesser

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