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New Libraries in Old Buildings
A barrel hall, designed in 1950/51 by the architect Manfred Lehmbruck as a textile printing hall for the Pausa company and extended in 1962 into a larger industrial complex was listed as a historical monument after the company went bankrupt in 2004. In 2011, the structure found a new use as the Mössingen public library when the building was renovated and converted in accordance with listed building regulations. The philosophy, and the benefits and challenges of combining a new use with adoi:10.1515/9783110679663-010 fatcat:q4hbwrk2mna7ppxyfeq3jnmdly