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Train Station Oelsnitz/Erzgeb.


The station building was built around 1890 as part of the expansion of the St. Egidien - Stollberg railway line. The striking, centrally symmetrical building had been completely transformed by several renovations and additions and was about to be demolished due to years of vacancy.


The goal of monument preservation was to return to the original design idea. The building is divided into the former reception hall, towers on both sides and the train station roof on the track side.


Located in the entrance area to the 2015 State Horticultural Show, the former Oelsnitz train station was extensively renovated in accordance with listed building standards by autumn 2014 and converted into an exhibition and reception building. Particular emphasis was placed on faithfully restoring the elaborately designed facade, whose plastered surfaces are structured with sandstone cornices and window frames.


The ground floor will be completely barrier-free with large, multifunctional rooms that can be used and used. On the two upper floors, office space will be set up for later club work.


During the garden show, the former reception building was opened to visitors in the form of events and was present through changing exhibitions.


Historic renovation and redesign of the Oelsnitz/Erzgeb. train station building.

Category: Public, Interior, Structural
Client: City of Oelsnitz/Erzgeb.

Design: Hendrik Heine

Services: Object planning for buildings Lph 1-9, structural planning Lph 1-6, sound insulation, thermal insulation, fire protection
Project partner: STATION C23
Start of services: 2011
Completion: 2015

Awards: Recognition at the 2015 Saxon State Competition for Rural Building
Recognition at the Saxon State Prize for Architecture 2015 as a structural sub-project of the Citizens Park Oelsnitz / Erzgeb. (leading landscape architects: Station C23, Leipzig)

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